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If you thought that there was no cricket in college, you heard wrong! The UCSD Cricket Team is one of the newest sports clubs on campus, but it's definitely one of the most fun on campus. We compete in the ACC(American Cricket Conference) facing various teams around Southern California including UC Irvine, USC, UCLA, and Cal-Tech. We are excited for the opportunities this upcoming year, and welcome any new members to come out to practice and see if you enjoy the game and the people. We practice twice a week, every week in Warren Field: Tuesdays 6-8 pm, and Fridays 5-7pm. Come out one of the practices whether you have experience, or looking to play one of the world's oldest sport. If you have any questions. feel free to contact our UCSD Cricket Team Captains(Information Listed On Website). If you're ready for a good time and have some fun, come join us.
In UCSD's first game, UCI won the toss and elected to bowl first. Despite Himanshu's quick-fire 35 of just 21 balls, UCSD found itself on the verge of a collapse. Read More>>
UC Irvine won the toss and decided to bat first on ARC Field in Irvine. The pitch quickly proved to be a tough one to bat on, as some balls stayed low while some caught extra bounce from the same areas. Batters had to adapt quickly and look for quick runs rather than aim for the boundaries. Read More>>
In a closely fought cricket match, UCSD took on UCI at Peterson Field. UCSD won the toss and decided to bat first. They got off to a steady start, but UCI's bowlers quickly got into their stride and started picking up wickets at regular intervals. Read More>>
UCSD won the toss and elected to bowl first. The San Diego Stars’ opening batsmen got to a flying start by scoring 71 runs in the first 7 overs. However, after the first power-play, the UCSD bowlers picked up 3 wickets in quick intervals and slowed down the opposition’s score. Read More>>
UCSD won the toss and elected to bat first in the 30-over fixture against the Weekenders. A disciplined bowling performance from the visiting side put UCSD into some trouble, with the scorecard reading 68-5 at the end of the 14th over, but an 87-run partnership between Ishan Banerjee and Yash Patki resurrected the innings and helped UCSD put up 171 in their 30 overs. Read More>>
UCSD won the toss and elected to bat first, and contributions throughout the batting order, headlined by vice captain Aryaman Sinha's 83 off 64 balls and supported by Ishan Banerjee's 36 off 25 and captain Karan Sidhu's 26 off 19 balls took UCSD to 197/7 in their 25 overs. Read More>>