Purdue University Cricket Club (PUCC) brings together a bunch of cricket-enthusiastic Purdue students who have been playing the game at and for Purdue for over 20 years now. PUCC has been performing consistently well over the years representing Purdue in American College Cricket (ACC) and two major Midwest leagues - the Midwest Cricket Conference (MCC) and the Midwest Cricket Tournament (MCT).
Purdue is currently ranked #2 in American College Cricket, after winning the ACC Midwest championship in 2010 on debut. In MCC, PUCC has been promoted to Division I in 2006 after clinching the top spot in Division II in the earlier season. Ever since, the club has advanced to the playoffs four times in the last five seasons and finished runners up once. In MCT, the team has made it to the playoffs every season and won the trophy in 2007.
PUCC organizes the Natraj Iyer Memorial Indoor Cricket League (ICL) offering the Purdue fraternity an opportunity to play cricket within the confinement of the Armory to accommodate for the extreme cold conditions. Every semester 10-12 teams (9+ players each) participate in this event.