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NCC Excellence Fund for Bowling


When you give to the NCC Excellence Fund for Bowling, you directly support the future of the program. Excellence Fund members provide resources for us to offer the best collegiate experiences possible for our student-athletes. Thanks to the support of Excellence Fund members, the team was able to bring home the 2018 NCAA Championship. Your investment makes these moments possible and truly makes a difference.

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Success is possible because of you.

Vanderbilt Bowling had a fantastic year last year, bringing home the second NCAA championship in program history. Emily Rigney and Katie Stark were recognized as Tournament MVPs at the NCAA Championships, and Maria Bulanova was named Second Team All-American. Bulanova also represents her home country of Russia on their national team. The program also had a banner year in the classroom. The team was designated NTCA All-Academic by the National Ten Pin Coaches Association after attaining a composite 3.234 GPA for the 2017-18 school year. In addition, Kristin Quah won the NCAA Elite 90 Award, an honor presented at every NCAA championship event to the student athlete with the highest grade point average among the teams in the field. 

Frequently Asked Questions

If I make a gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Bowling, 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 NCC Excellence Fund for Bowling apply toward my National Commodore Club priority points?

Yes. You will receive NCC priority points for making a gift toward Bowling.

Will my gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Bowling be a restricted or unrestricted gift?

A gift made directly to a sport’s program is restricted. By giving directly to the NCC Excellence Fund for Bowling, you provide funds for bowling projects outside of their operating budget.