NCC Excellence Fund for Women's Tennis
By making a gift to the NCC Excellence Fund for Women’s Tennis, you help our student-athletes succeed in the classroom and in competition. There’s no better way to show your commitment to our program. Help us gain an edge in recruiting and competition—make a gift today!
Last year, Excellence Fund supporters provided resources for cardiovascular coaching, film analysis technology, team yoga, and sleep studies, which uses state-of-the-art technology to help improve student-athlete performance and recovery time.
Success is possible because of you
Women’s Tennis had a fantastic 2017–18 season, both on the court and in the classroom. The Commodores earned their second-consecutive SEC regular season championship, and quickly followed that by claiming the program’s third SEC Tournament Championship. This historic season came to a close with the team competing in the finals of the 2018 NCAA Women’s Tennis Tournament. Astra Sharma and Fernanda Contreras represented Vanderbilt in the NCAA individual tournament, with Contreras advancing to the semifinals. Sharma, Contreras and Christina Rosca were also named to the SEC First Team, while Summer Dvorak and Amanda Meyer were named to the SEC Second Team. Meyer was also named to the All-Freshman Team. The Women’s Tennis program also had seven student-athletes named to the Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll/
Coach Geoff Macdonald 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 Women’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 Women’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 Women’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 Women’s Tennis, you provide funds for projects outside of their operating budget.