Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington Tickets

The Vanderbilt University has long been a bastion of education in the country. Its athletics department has just started to catch up as well. They had not won a national title before the year 2007 and even had to suspend their athletics program around the turn of the century. However they are staring to make their way back in to contention with improved performances in several sports. They have now won three national titles, the most recent one coming in women’s tennis and are set to add to that number soon enough. If you get your Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington tickets, then you can be part of this experience as well, live from the stands.

The Vanderbilt University has been one of the best academic institutions in the country for many years now. Its athletics department however has only recently started to catch up. Collectively known as the Commodores, their sports program has not been among the best and needed a complete overhaul at the turn of the new century. After years of hard work, they have shown great signs of improvement and are expected to take their place among the very best soon enough.

Vanderbilt Starts to Fight

The University first introduced sports in 1886 with its first baseball team. It was later followed by football in 1890 and basketball a further three years later. Since then they have grown to have sixteen varsity sports teams, six for men and ten for women. They adopted the Commodores name after the nickname of their university’s famous founder, Cornelius Vanderbilt.

The Name Will Rise in Fame

The Commodores have enjoyed relative success over the years and have won a national title in men’s baseball as well as one each in women’s bowling and tennis. Now they have their sights set on greater glories as they prepare to face their old rivals, the Kentucky Wildcats. If you don’t want to miss out on this game, then grab your Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington tickets and enjoy the experience, live from the stands.

Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington KY Tickets Prices

Currently the average price for Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington KY tickets is $92. The date and location for this event is 20-Oct-18 at Kroger Field, Lexington. The minimum get-in price for Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington KY tickets is $33.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Kentucky Wildcats vs. Vanderbilt Commodores Lexington 20-Oct-18 $92 $33

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