Last year Brian Lara messaged American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah, "Your efforts are not going unnoticed by me, and hoping all goes well at the National C'ship". Of course Shiv Chanderpaul has supported American College Cricket from the beginning and was present at last year's Semis & Finals to award the Chanderpaul Trophy
The first century in American College Cricket was 133 scored in 2010 by Harsha Boddepali (USF) which was fitting since he was USF's Captain in the 1st Championship in 2009 that launched the new platform for the game. Our Highest Score in a National or Regional Championship is 145* by Adrian Gordon (NYU-Poly) who went on to play for USA.
24 centuries were scored in National Championships in about 425 games, 7 of them at the 2016 Nationals. 18 centuries in Regionals since 2010 in about 560 games plus 4 coming in 17 games of our USA vs Canada Series for a Total of 46 centuries.
In 2013 an American College Cricket Home & Away League was started and has grown each year but those statistics are not included here.
Sai Ramesh (USF) is the only batsman to score 3, which occurred in successive Championships, the 2014 Nationals, 2014 South Regional & 2015 Nationals.
Haider Ali (Rutgers)'s 119 at the 2012 North East, is the first century scored on a match broadcast on TV in USA & Canada. He also made 115* at the 2014 Nationals.
Sohail Choudhary (WVU) scored 108* at 2014 Nationals & 120 at 2017 Nationals.
Saliq Iqbal (NJIT) 107 & 107, and Shahroze Shah (Ryerson) 105 & 118 scored centuries in both 2016 & 2017 Nationals.
USF with 8 is the team with the most centuries. Ryerson has 5, Rutgers & NJIT have 3 each.
2009 Nationals, 2011 Regionals & 2017 Regionals had no centuries. The North East Regionals have had the most centuries, 7 then the South East 4.
Harsha Boddepalli (USF) 133
Faraz Arif (Purdue) 116* , Mid West
Adrian Gordon (NYU-Pol) 145*
Rustam Bhatti (York U) 102*
Ricky Nayar (UF) 101*
Khushroo Wadia (York Univ) 113
Romel Somavat (Ohio State) 116, Mid West
Haider Ali (Rutgers) 119 , North East
Prem Bhagavathi (NJIT) 107* , North East
Murali Ankaraju (Memphis) 131 South Central
Krunal Bhange (USF) 127* South East
Adil Bhatti (Montgomery) 117*
Rohan Uttarwar (Wayne State) 117
Tanzil Rehman (Iowa State) 105* Mid West
Amber Bhargava (CMU) 106* North East
Duane George (Rutgers) 113* North East
Prathmesh Jakkanwar (Northeastern) 107* North East
Rahul Bhanut (UMBC) 108* Mid Atlantic
Haider Ali (Rutgers) 115*
Sai Ramesh (USF) 101
Saad Bin Zafar (Ryerson) 106
Syed Falah (South Alabama) 115
Yaseen Karch (Carnegie Mellon)
Sohail Chaudhary (WVU) 108*
Sai Ramesh (USF) 113 ,South East
Sai Ramesh (USF) 115
2015 USA vs Canada
Aditya Santhanam (Northeastern) 111 North East
Vignesh Rg (USF) 101 South East
Ajay (UTD) 104 South West
2016 USA vs Canada
Salik Iqbal (NJIT) 107
Sai Satish Guda (WVU) 104
Maeez Veqar (Drexel) 102
Shahroze Shah (Ryerson) 105
Rajesh Chavali (USF 100
Pratik Dengle (UTD) 118
Samih Sadiq (Everest) 100
May 2016 USA vs Canada
Hassan Mirza (Ryerson)
Chiru Bhatia (Stoneybrook) 108, North East
Naseer Khan (USF) 107, South East
Jan 2017 USA vs Canada
Yug Rao (Ryerson CCC) 106
Saliq Iqbal (NJIT) 107
Shahroze Shah (Ryerson) 118
Sohail Choudhary (WVU) 120
2017 USA vs Canada
Krithik Udayshankar (Florida Tech) 101*
Meetul Patel (Everest) 101
2018 USA vs Canada