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Where R They Now ? – Jaiveer Chauhan (York U) ‘s Bond mission in Oz !

Its a far way from the shores of Lake Ontario, Canada to the Gold Coast of Australia,but American College Cricket’s Jaiveer Chauhan (York University) is pursuing his studies whilst following his cricket dreams ! Jaiveer C (as he’s often called himself on Facebook) cherishes his first American College Cricket Championship...
Posted 24 Jul 2014 | NEWS,Universities,York University | 0 Comments

Ivy League & Regional Championships Dates announced !

American College Cricket began Regional Championships in its 2nd year 2010, and since then every Fall has been Regional Championships’ season all over the USA, with over 200 matches being played. This Fall there will be even more college cricket as clubs will be competing in the Regional Championships as...
Posted 13 Jul 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

National Rankings ! Where is your College ?

American College Cricket has over 70 member colleges, here are the Top 33 clubs in our Power Rankings, as of July 4th. Power Rankings are based on : 1 – Points at National Championship in Group stages. Final 4 = Top 4, Quarter Finalists receive 3 additional Points. Teams that...
Posted 06 Jul 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Shiv Chanderpaul announces 2015 American College Cricket National Championship Dates !

American College Cricket has been leading the game’s impact in the USA in important ways from its inception in 2009. The NY Times coverage of the first American College Cricket Championship in March 2009 was the most shared Times article of that week, & led to the Times doing regular...
Posted 29 Jun 2014 | CHAMPIONSHIPS,Universities | 0 Comments

The 2014 All American 1st Team !

The All American 1st team includes some of our best players and leaders, ambassadors of American College Cricket and the game. To be eligible for selection, a player must have played in the 2014 American College Cricket National Championship and may be a current student, recent graduate or alumni. For...
Posted 20 Jun 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

MIT Engineers’ Report at Summer Break !

by Koustuban Ravi (MIT Club President) MIT had a great start to this year’s American College Cricket Home and Away season. We played 9 games; won 6, lost 3 and are currently at the top of the table with 87 points. This is a good start and if we improve...
Posted 01 Jun 2014 | MIT,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Hayat Khan wins Boston University’s ‘Team Advancement Award’ !

Graduation time is one of those truly epic moments in our lives. . Its usually bittersweet, because of what we’re leaving behind, and the future, exciting and unknown. Some of us leave college with a degree, some of us leave it with much more – So it is for former...
Posted 15 May 2014 | Boston University,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Home & Away Week 6 : Gopalkrishnan (Harvard) excels ! MIT’s “The Tech” publishing Match Reports !

We’re extremely pleased that “The Tech” at MIT is now publishing Match Reports on its cricket club’s American College Cricket Home & Away matches. The reports are written by Club leader Koustuban Ravi, and a great step in our Mission to raise the profile of cricket in the United States....
Posted 14 May 2014 | Harvard,MIT,NEWS,Universities,Yale | 0 Comments

Penn Cricket wins Univ of Pennsylvania’s Club of the Year !

The Penn Cricket Club has been named the Sports Club of the Year 2013-1014 by the University of Pennsylvania, out of more than 35 clubs. - This is not surprising, owing to the tremendous accomplishments this past year under the leadership of Subas Poudel . Poudel has built upon the...
Posted 03 May 2014 | NEWS,Universities,UPenn | 0 Comments

Home & Away Week 5 : Mahmood’s 169* helps MIT to top of the Standings !

MIT Engineers vs BOSTON U Terriers Friday April 25 at Jack Barry Field, MIT MIT batted first and made 176 all out in 19.3 overs. Openers S Padhy 41 and Fahad Mahmood 33 laid the foundation, and with I Chugh 33 were MIT’s top scorers. For BU S. Ramchandar took...
Posted 30 Apr 2014 | MIT,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments