NCC Excellence Fund for Men's Tennis
Show your commitment to our program by making a gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Men’s Tennis. Your support helps provide resources for special projects that fall outside of our operating budget. With you on our team, we gain an edge in recruiting and competition. Make a gift today!
Last year, supporters of the NCC Excellence Fund for Men’s Tennis helped fund facility enhancements including branded umpire chairs, updates to our All-American wall display and a new SEC Player of the Year display. Your dedication to our program gives us the tools we need to train and compete like champions.
See the chart below for benefit details for the NCC Excellence Fund for Men’s Tennis.
|2016-17 NCC Excellence Fund for Men's Tennis Benefits||Giving Levels|
|$150||$500||$1,000||$2,500||$5,000||$10,000 and above|
(to the extent allowed by law)
|NCC priority credit|
|Autographed team photo|
|Team-specific special event|
|Dinner with Coach Duvenhage|
|Dinner with team|
|Team all-access experience|
Dedicated to success
Our student-athletes spend countless hours studying, practicing and competing in order to excel, both academically and athletically. Vanderbilt Men’s Tennis earned a 3.209 cumulative GPA last academic year, and earned ITA All-Academic Team Status. The team made it to the NCAA Tournament for the 15th time in program history. Rhys Johnson and Cameron Klinger were named ITA All-Americans. Daniel Valent received All-SEC honors, and Klinger was named to the All-SEC Second Team and SEC All-Freshman Team.
Coach Ian Duvenhage expects great things this year. Our student-athletes are working toward success—now they just need you! Make a gift today.
If I make a gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Men’s Tennis, 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 Men’s Tennis apply toward my National Commodore Club 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 benefits.
Will my gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Men’s Tennis 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 Men’s Tennis, you provide funds for projects outside of their operating budget.