American College Cricket

NYU-Polytechnic President Jerry Hultin Honours MVP And Cricket Team

American College Cricket (ACC) President Lloyd Jodah presented Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) star cricket player Adrian Gordon with the uniform of one of the world's most prestigious professional teams, the IPL's Rajasthan Royals - the team with which he will practice as a winner of ACC's Most Valuable Player award.
1 April 2011

Adrian Gordon, Adil Bhatti Get Trip To The IPL

Clive Lloyd captained the West Indies to two World Cup victories and a record run as World Champions in Test cricket - now, as Chairman of the Advisory Board of BIG League USA, that, from all the accomplished candidates, there are TWO winners of the American College Cricket Spring Break Championship Awards : Adil Bhatti of Montgomery College, and Adrian Gordon of NYU-Polytechnic !
28 March 2011

American College Cricket MVP Heading For IPL

BIG League CEO Salman Ahmed confirmed thet the MVP of the 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship will receive a special invitation to to be a guest of the Royal Rajasthan at the 2011 IPL season this April. Salman Ahmed said, "Sean Morris, Chief Executive of Rajasthan Royals has confirmed the invitation of the MVP of American College Cricket..."
21 March 2011

Spring Break Championship: Gordon Smashes Century

He's known for his pace bowling but the first time I saw Adrian Gordon play, I was impressed by his batting. His style reminded me of the great West Indian batsmen Roy Fredericks and Gordon Greenidge. Yesterday at the American College Cricket Spring Break Championship, Gordon let loose and smashed a century, 145* of just 53 balls ! He scored 11 fours and 8 sixes in an onslaught that was unbelievable.
19 March 2011

2011 American College Spring Break Championship Gets Underway

The 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship was kicked off by a dazzling Opening Ceremony which was webstreamed around the world. 30 American and Canadian Universites were gathering in cricket's version of March Madness to compete for the Chanderpaul Trophy and the national Championship.
18 March 2011

College Championship Finals Secures TV Coverage

Sunday March 6th started with the George Vecsey New York Times column featuring Lloyd Jodah, American College Cricket President and NYU-Poly players, including captain Adrian Gordon, discussing the World Cup and the 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship. The NY Times website enjoys over 30 million unique hits per month, so this was quite an achievement.
9 March 2011

Another Big Step For West Coast Champions

In the 1800's the westward roll of the railroad presaged the development of the United States of America. In Fall 2010 American College Cricket, after just 18 months, rolled westward for its West Coast Championship. This accomplished the desired effect of increasing the profile of cricket regionally, evidenced by the La Daily News coverage of the event.
1 March 2011

Teams Named For 2011 Spring Break Championship

American College Cricket has announced the names of the colleges from the USA & Canada playing for the Shiv Chanderpaul Trophy in the 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship...
25 February 2011

Caribbean Flavour To 2011 US College Championship

The cricket stadium in Lauderhill was built in 2007 with the aim of having some matches of the 2007 World Cup played there. However that dream was not realized. Now though teams for the 2nd year in a row teams from the West Indies are making appearances at the Stadium, often called the "American College Cricket" Stadium by students.
21 February 2011

Patel Combines Cricket With Studies

2011 is a big year for batsman/fast bowler Mital Patel, he was selected to be in the USA Under 19 team,playing in February in the ICC Americas Qualifier for the 2012 U19 World Cup. Then in March he represents Rutgers University in the American College Cricket Spring Break Championship. Currently a freshman at Rutgers University Mital Patel is studying for a Finance and Medicine Double Major, "I wanted to choose something that would combine a branch of business with the field of medicine," he explained.
7 February 2011

Wicket-Keeper Makes Sports Illustrated

Ian Carlin is the toast of the cricket world this week after being selected as the nation's top American-born college player and landing in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's Jan. 31st issue.
31 January 2011

2010 American College Cricket Players Of The Year

In a year that saw 20 Universities participate in the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship, followed by 30 in the regional Championships, its time to highlight the best from those teams.
5 January 2011

Wooster President Joins College Cricket Advisory Board

American College Cricket is pleased to announce that Grant Cornwell, President of the College of Wooster is now on the Advisory Board of American College Cricket.
20 December 2010

Top Performers In College Championships Rewarded

Towards the end of only its second year American College Cricket organized five regional College Championships around the USA...
13 December 2010

USC Trojans Take The Title

Along with the IPL, American College Cricket is the most important development in world cricket since Kerry Packer in the 1970's....
2 December 2010

2011 American College Cricket Teams Confirming

The list continues to grow but American College Cricket has announced that the following colleges are confirmed at this...
19 November 2010

North Carolina State Take Over Top Spot

In college football Auburn University is ranked second, in college cricket they are thirteennth but this weekend can Auburn win the American...
1 November 2010

Gee Joins Advisory Board Of American College Cricket

President of Ohio State University E Gordon Gee has joined the Advisory Board of American College Cricket. Gee worked for...
20 October 2010

Record Crowd For College Cricket At Homecoming

In March 2010 a cricket team from the College of Wooster played in the 2nd American College Cricket Spring Break...
11 October 2010

Nine Universities, Seven Big 10 Rivals, One Champion

Cricket Clubs from 7 Big 10 schools along with 2 other universities will compete in the American College Cricket Midwest Conference...
23 September 2010