Coming off another successful season, the 2016‒17 Vanderbilt baseball team is working to earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the 12th straight year. You can help us prepare for the journey to Omaha. By making a gift to the NCC Champions’ Circle, you provide resources for our student-athletes to succeed. There’s no better way to show your commitment to Vanderbilt Baseball—make a gift today.
As an NCC Champions’ Circle member, you also gain insider access to our program and other benefits. See the chart below for details.
|$150||$500||$1,000||$2,500||$5,000||$10,000 and above|
(To the extent allowed by law)
|NCC priority credit
(excludes seating and parking)
|Vanderbilt Baseball autographed photo|
|Vanderbilt Baseball hat|
|Vanderbilt Baseball team gear|
|Fall dinner event with coaching staff|
|In-season monthly luncheons with coaching staff|
|Personalized team jersey|
|Autographed team batting helmet|
All-access experience at a 2017
You can make an impact
Coach Corbin and his staff are committed to providing the best experience possible for Vanderbilt Baseball student-athletes. By joining the NCC Champions’ Circle, you help fund projects that fall outside of the team’s operating budget. Make a gift today to make an immediate impact.
Last year, Champions’ Circle supporters provided resources for the entire team to travel to California for the Stanford series and to Washington, D.C., for an educational team trip. We also purchased cutting-edge baseball equipment, and were able to broadcast all of our games on the radio.
With your support, we can continue to provide the best for our student-athletes.
If I make a gift to the Champions’ Circle, will I be recognized as a National Commodore Club member? Yes. All donors to any area of Vanderbilt Athletics are recognized as NCC members.
Will my gift to the Champions’ Circle apply toward my NCC benefits? No. You will receive NCC priority points, but you must make a separate gift to the NCC annual fund for priority seating and parking.
Will my gift to the Champions’ Circle be a restricted or unrestricted gift? A gift made directly to a specific sport’s program is restricted. A restricted gift goes to an individual sport’s “excellence” fund for projects outside its operating budget.