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England & Wales Cricket Board Umpire Billy Taylor coming for Nationals !

Over the years American College Cricket has utilized the services of some of the best certified umpires in the US such as Hubert Smythe, Steve Kalloo, Max Diah,Vijaya Prakash Mallela & from Canada Ashook Brijcoomar . We have given our umpires, just like our players, opportunities to officiate on professionally done worldwide webstreams,...
Posted 15 Jan 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 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...

The Newcomer of the Year !

Many of our members gave performances in 2013 that made them strong contenders for Newcomer of the Year. The Nationals in March, the Regionals in Fall and the Home & Away games gave more opportunities to more members to exhibit your talent, as players on the field and American College...
Posted 07 Jan 2014 | Carnegie Mellon U,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

War Eagle ! Auburn Tigers to win BCS National Championship 45 – 31 !

by Pierre Riddle What happens when two of the top ten scoring offenses face off in the NCAA College Football BCS title game? Heisman winner, quarterback, Jameis Winston leads his Florida States Seminoles team into Pasadena, California to take on Heisman runner up, running back, Tre Mason of the Auburn...
Posted 05 Jan 2014 | Auburn,Universities | 0 Comments

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...

Our appreciation to……..

As always we’d like to express our appreciation to TV Asia, our Exclusive Broadcast Partner, and to Coca Cola, Presenting Sponsor of American College Cricket, and Dish Network, Supporting Sponsor.   Our appreciation to the administrations and media of all our member colleges for supporting our cricket clubs.   Thanks...
Posted 24 Mar 2013 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Photos, Scorecards & Stats ! All 50 Matches of the National Championship !

In 5 days American College Cricket staged 50 matches, ALL of which werescored digitally, & available in real time online, visible to anyone anywhere in the world.  A  record-setting feat, made possible by CricHQ’s scoring app & Competition Management module as 28 colleges competed for the Shiv Chanderpaul Trophy. Simulataneously all...
Posted 21 Mar 2013 | NEWS,UMBC (Maryland),Universities | 0 Comments

Memphis, Wayne State & UT-Arlington get media, West Virginia tables a motion!

Jasim Khan (Virginia Tech) said it well recently : “we are not just players but ambassadors of our sport; so promote it !” One of the duties of members of American College Cricket is to help raise the profile of the game and several of our new clubs’ trip to...

National Championship Schedule ! Path to the Title !

Colin Michael Jodah (10/01/1956 – 01/18/013), though legally blind, did the schedules for the 2010, 2011 & 2012 American College Cricket Spring Break Championships. Mammoth tasks, as we set a world record in 2010 by having 47 matches, then broke that record in 2011 by having 67 in 5 days !...
Posted 03 Mar 2013 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

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