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Harvard Club Sport Athlete of the Year – Ibrahim Khan for Cricket !

Out of 66 Club sports and over 1,900 athletes Harvard’s outgoing cricket Captain was named the male Harvard Club Sport Athlete of the Year ! A great accomplishment for Ibrahim, his club & American College Cricket as a whole ! Ibrahim Khan restarted the Harvard Cricket Club in in 2012...
Posted 20 Apr 2014 | Harvard,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Video – Hit Wicket Sports Bar – a tasty Destination !

Hit Wicket Restaurant & Sports Bar is a must visit for any cricket fan, and sports fans generally in the New England area ! You can watch International cricket & all major sports on the giant TV screens. American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah visited last Fall, and had an...
Posted 14 Feb 2014 | Harvard,NEWS | 0 Comments

College Players of the Year & Rohan Kanhai Award winner !

Selecting the College Cricketers of the Year is an extremely difficult task made easier this year by the availability of all our statistics on Crichq. However stats is only one criteria to be a College Cricketer of the Year – overall conduct of a player as an ambassador of the...

Who got the Most Runs, Most Wickets, Most Catches in 2013 ?

Top Facebook/Social Media Leader : American College Cricket has been on Facebook before Cricinfo & every major cricket organization, & Facebook has been valuable in our development. Every business has since learned the value of Facebook, Twitter & social media generally. Some of our members have learned these lessons & are helping our movement...

Boston University begins Credit Course in Cricket !Taught by BU Capt Hayat Khan!

As a boy,I played cricket every chance I got, mainly with my brothers, Michael & Ricky who were close to my age & later Errol, or with anyone, & even alone !…we played in the sunshine & in the dark….I wished I could get school credit for playing, but thought...
Posted 03 Mar 2013 | Boston University,Harvard,NEWS,U of Minnesota | 0 Comments

Harvard among 7 first timers at the National Championship !

Lloyd & Colin Michael Jodah (died Jan 18, RIP), Shiv Chanderpaul & Sher Tereen (Harvard) at Press Conference to launch the Hall of Fame Playing in a National Championship is an accomplishment, and college sports clubs get increased recognition by schools for doing so. Therefore every team playing in the 2013 American...

World’s # 1,Chanderpaul launches American College Cricket Hall of Fame !

 At a Press Conference in New York City the world’s current # 1 ranked batsman, Shiv Chanderpaul,on Thursday announced the launch of the American College Cricket Hall of Fame on the 4th anniversary of his involvement in American College Cricket.  Chanderpaul made the announcement at the sparkling new Resorts World Casino in Queens,New...
Posted 14 Dec 2012 | Harvard,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Watch Harvard vs National Champ York College -Dec 8, Sat 7pm on TV Asia !

Cricket has been played at Harvard, off and on,for over 200 years and an official club was begun in 1862. Restarted in 2011, Harvard Cricket will this Sat play vs National Champions York College on TV ! its the Semi Finals of the American College Cricket North East Championship, for the Deryk...
Posted 08 Dec 2012 | CRICKET TV,Harvard,NEWS,York College (CUNY) | 0 Comments

Boston University Cricket 101 – the Khan connects !

Here’s a well-produced video that connects, and hits it out of the park – its part of what we do & is in our tagline: “Bringing back the Original American Game.” Watch this video on YouTube Last year we helped the National Baseball Halll of Fame celebrate their joint Exhibition...
Posted 01 Nov 2012 | Boston University,Harvard,NEWS | 0 Comments

124 years later,challenge accepted ! Harvard vs Yale !

 From the Harvard Crimson in 1887:  Recently the following challenge was sent to the Yale News by the Harvard Cricket Association:-  “Gentlemen: We wish, in the name of the Harvard University Cricket Association, to challenge, through your paper, Yale University to play a match game of cricket next spring, the...
Posted 18 Oct 2012 | Cornell University,Harvard,NEWS,Princeton University,UPenn | 0 Comments