NCC Excellence Fund for Women's Golf
You can make an impact
When you make a gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Women’s Golf, you directly impact the future
of the program. Your support provides resources for our student-athletes to have the best collegiate
experience possible. Through the Excellence Fund, you can help Women’s Golf win championships.
Anchor Down, and make a gift today!
|2017-18 NCC Excellence Fund for Women's Golf 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|
|Vanderbilt Golf headcover|
|Vanderbilt Golf hat|
|Vanderbilt Golf polo|
|Vanderbilt Golf balls|
|Invitation to spring awards banquet|
|Framed and signed Vanderbilt Golf flag|
|Team all-access experience|
Invest in Vanderbilt student-athletes
Your investment in Women's Golf provides funds for programs, technology and other opportunities for our student-athletes. Because of generous supporters last year, the team was able to take a winter team training trip to Jupiter, Florida, and update the branding in their McGugin Center locker room. They were also able to place an increased emphasis on mental coaching to prepare our golfers to stay mentally strong on the course.
Success is possible because of you
Women's Golf had a great year—both on the course and in the classroom. Kate Sborov claimed the SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year for Women's Golf, was named a WGCA All-American Scholar, graduated as a Medicine, Health and Society major, and will attend medical school in the fall. Five women's golfers earned spots on the Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll. Sophomore Abbey Carlson was named to the SEC All-Freshman team, and senior Alexandra Farnsworth represented Vanderbilt at the NCAA Women's Golf Regional in Athens, Georgia.
Coach Greg Allen is optimistic about this season. With you on the team this year, they could achieve even more!
Vandy Golf Day
The NCC Excellence Fund is a separate giving option from Vandy Golf Day. Gifts to the NCC Excellence Fund for Women's Golf help the team to purchase additional training equipment, increase the travel budget and acquire other items needed to compete as champions. Vandy Golf Day information will be sent separately in the spring, and an additional gift is required to play in this annual golf tournament. For more Vandy Golf Day information, please call the NCC office at (615) 322-4114.
If I make a gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Women’s Golf, 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 Women’s Golf 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 Women’s Golf 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 Women’s Golf, you provide funds for projects outside of their operating budget.