The schedule for the 2014 American Cricket College competition has been unveiled with the tournament running from 12th to 16th March.
The contest has grown in both size and impact since its inception in 2009 and next year will be held in Florida as 28 teams compete for the Shiv Chanderpaul Trophy.
The NY Times coverage of the first American College Cricket Championship in March 2009 was the most shared Times article of that week and led to the Times doing regular articles on international cricket ever since.
In March 2010 American College Cricket became the first organisation in USA & Canada to webstream, when it streamed the Semis & Finals of the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship. In March 2011 American College Cricket streamed six more games.
In October 2011 American College Cricket was the first in USA & Canada, to televise cricket, when its exclusive broadcast partner TV Asia televised six games, the Semis & Finals of the American College Cricket Northeast & Mid Atlantic regionals in NYC.
In March 2012 the Semis and Finals of the American College Cricket National Championship was televised from the CBRP Cricket Stadium in Florida, & a full season was broadcast by TV Asia from Oct through Dec 2012, followed by the 2013 Nationals final four & Finals.
Another huge first was Coca Cola & Dish Network becoming sponsors of American College Cricket in 2012 - the first major American companies to become involved in USA domestic cricket.
Since 2012 CricHQ has provided groundbreaking scoring, competition & statistical tools which is now spreading all over North America.
The 2014 American College Cricket National Championship will be March 12 to 16, at the CBRP Cricket Stadium & nearby fields, near Ft Lauderdale, Florida. Coca Cola is the Presenting Sponsor & Dish Network,supporting. TV Asia will televise the Final four & Finals and 28 colleges will compete for the Shiv Chanderpaul Trophy.Shiv Chanderpaul is the Patron & Brand Ambassador of American College Cricket.
American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah continues to develop teams in universities all across USA & Canada.
American College Cricket was part of the historic Cricket Exhibition at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown & partnered with ESPN in promoting their cricket broadcasts. They have been covered by the New York Times, Washington Post, Canada’s Globe & Mail, LA Daily News, NY Daily News,Sun Sentinel, Voice of America, countless college and other mainstream American & Canadian media.