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National Commodore Club

Women's Basketball Seating & Parking

Memorial Gymnasium - 2013-14 NCC Seating Chart

NCC Seating Chart

  • $115 per seat; A–E, Rows 1–7
  • $115 per seat; A–E, Rows 8–23
  • $115 per seat; 2A–2E, Rows 1–8
  • $115 per seat; 2A–2E, Rows 9–14; L and F
(Add $6 per season ticket for processing)

All NCC members at the $150 level and above with women’s basketball season tickets will be allocated a pass for the Kensington Garage on the north side of Memorial Gym.

NCC Parking Policies

National Commodore Club members get priority parking on football and basketball game days. Parking passes are exclusively allocated to season ticket-holding NCC members based on level of membership.

Handicapped parking

Lot 71, on the east side of Hawkins Field, is used for NCC handicapped parking for football and men's and women's basketball season ticket holders. This lot requires a $100 contribution to the NCC and a valid state-issued handicapped hangtag. These spaces will be allocated based on NCC priority. Because spaces in Lot 71 are limited, we cannot guarantee availability even if a donation is made.


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  • "Coming from California, Vanderbilt became my new home. With the opportunity to compete at the highest level of academics and basketball, I have learned that I represent something bigger than myself. I will forever be a part of the Vanderbilt family, and I know my family at home will be very proud once I receive my degree.” —Jasmine Lister,
    Women’s Basketball


  • “Vanderbilt gives me choices like no other school. I can earn a prestigious degree, compete in the SEC and play in front of thousands of great fans. I can't imagine being anywhere else.” —Rod Odom,
    Men’s Basketball


  • "The opportunity to be a student-athlete and get an education at Vanderbilt University has developed my mind more than anything else. I've learned that discipline and work ethic, among other things, allow you to break past the barriers that your body and mind have created to become the best you can be athletically and academically. I am blessed to be a Vanderbilt Commodore.” —Tyler Beede,
    Baseball