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Danny Yetman (Harvard) is 5th John Bart King Award winner !

They grew up as friends in Lynn, Massachusetts. Typical American boys, one played mainly Lacrosse & ice hockey, the other football and baseball. Then about 5 years ago, Norris Guscott, the elder of the 2 friends visited England and was introduced to cricket – though his father was from England...
Posted 08 Dec 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

Harvard is Home & Away Champion ! MVP Ibrahim Khan tops Batting, Bowling ! 4 teams get Home Fields !

Leaders at 3 of our member clubs Harvard’s Ibrahim Khan, Boston University’s Hayat Khan & Princeton’s Shaffin Fattah  led the charge and played the most games as we continued the American College Cricket Home & Away games begun in late Spring. Our newest members Bryant U, Dartmouth, and MIT got...
Posted 03 Dec 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

One of the Best Batsmen ever, Kallicharran to be our TV commentator, Coach & ambassador !

He made a century on his Test debut (100*) and followed it with 101 in his 2nd Test innings. Throughout the 1970s he was described as “the most complete batsman in the world”….a way of avoiding admitting Alvin Kallicharran was in fact the best batsman in the world in the 70s ! -...
Posted 29 Nov 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

More Home & Away games results ! New members Dartmouth & MIT debut !

Home & Away matches continued into November as American College Cricket celebrated its 5th birthday ! Dartmouth College & Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) played their first matches as American College Cricket members – MIT debuting with a Super Over finish ! Northeastern Huskies became the 4th team in the...
Posted 25 Nov 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

Dream job ? Want to work for ESPNCricinfo ?

“ESPN has an entry-level opportunity for someone who is passionate about cricket and is interested to work in our digital media content production team in Bristol, CT. Job Posting Title : Project – Multi-Media Editor ESPN Cricinfo This is a Project position with an estimated length of 18 months. Responsibilities...
Posted 22 Nov 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

NY Yankees’ Derek Jeter intro to American College Cricket – Photos !

Derek Jeter is the Captain of the NY Yankees, has won 5 World Series, is one of the greatest baseball players of all time & a future Hall of Famer. Last week American College Cricket President had the priviledge of meeting Derek Jeter – the result is these remarkable photos...
Posted 19 Nov 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

Home & Away games – What are they, & what are the benefits ?

What are “Home & Away” games ? :  In April 2013 we began playing “Home & Away” games, & this has continued in the Fall semester. The Standings can be seen on our website, by clicking on the Crichq tile. Harvard is leading, with Boston University # 2. The Champion...
Posted 01 Nov 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

SCORING 301- revolutionizing Scoring using Crichq & a How to Guide !

Cricket pioneered the use of statistics in sports as far back as the 1700s. Henry Chadwick, a cricketer introduced cricket stats recording to baseball in the 1800s & became known as the ‘father of baseball) & a Baseball Hall of Famer. In late 2011 Crichq was introduced to Lloyd Jodah,...
Posted 29 Oct 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

What do we have in common with Tom Brady,the Patriots & Red Sox? We’re in the Boston Globe !

The latest stage of American College Cricket – the playing of “Home & Away” games in league format all over the country, caught the eye of Boston Globe’s reporter James Sullivan. Harvard Cricket Club led by Ibrahim Khan, & Boston University Cricket Club led by Hayat Khan had been particularly...
Posted 29 Oct 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments

Penn upset National Champ UMBC in last ball finish to win Regionals on TV Asia !

The Mid Atlantic Championship presented by Coca Cola, supported by Dish Network, once again took place at the twin fields of the British Officers Cricket Club near Philadelphia, and involved National Champion University of Maryland Baltimore (UMBC), 2011 Nationals Semi Finalist & 2013 Ivy League Champion University of Pennsylvania, Virginia...
Posted 27 Oct 2013 | NEWS | 0 Comments