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National Commodore Club

Baseball Seating & Parking

Help us fill Hawkins Field with black and gold all season through the NCC Ticket Exchange.

For the 2014 Vanderbilt Baseball season, the National Commodore Club will implement the NCC Ticket Exchange to help Vanderbilt fans score in-demand infield seats.

The NCC Ticket Exchange allows NCC members who can't make a game to accrue priority credit while providing other Vanderbilt fans the opportunity to purchase great seats at Hawkins Field. By donating tickets, an NCC member will receive priority credit in the amount of the face value of the tickets. The priority credit applies toward priority ranking for seating, parking and postseason ticketing, but it does not replace an annual gift to the NCC. The donated tickets will be allocated to NCC members who make requests based on priority ranking and availability.

It's not too late to join the NCC or renew your membership. You may join or renew online today.

Can't make a game? Donate tickets!

Complete the following steps to donate tickets. Active NCC members will receive priority credit in the amount of the face value of donated tickets. The face value of a single game ticket for the 2014 season is $12 for infield, $7 for adult outfield and $5 for child outfield. NCC members receive one priority point per $100.

  1. Contact the NCC office at (615) 322-4114 or ncc@vanderbilt.edu to indicate the date of game(s), the quantity of tickets and the location of seats you want to donate. If you have tickets to donate, please contact the NCC office prior to game day (by Thursday before a weekend game or the day before a weekday game) .
  2. Mail the original tickets to the NCC office at 2601 Jess Neely Drive, Nashville, TN 37212.
    (The original tickets must be returned for an NCC member to receive priority credit.)

Can't miss a game? Request tickets!

Complete the following steps to request tickets. Active NCC members may request tickets for home baseball games. Please remember all tickets will be allocated based on priority ranking and availability.

  1. Contact the NCC office at (615) 322-4114 or ncc@vanderbilt.edu to request tickets. Please indicate the date of game(s) and the quantity of tickets (maximum of six) you would like in your request. You will be contacted the week of the game(s) if your request can be fulfilled for payment information.
  2. If your request is fulfilled, you may pick up your tickets at the Gate 3 ticket booth two hours prior to first pitch on game day or at the McGugin Center Ticket Office on Friday (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) before a weekend series.

If you have questions, please contact the NCC office. We will be happy to assist you. Tickets will not be accepted to exchange for different seats or different games.

We look forward to seeing you at Hawkins Field this season!


Hawkins Field – Priority Seating & Parking

Starting with the 2015 season, an annual gift to the NCC will be required for infield season tickets in addition to the price of the tickets. There is no priority parking for baseball at this time.


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