Vanderbilt University currently sponsors teams in six men's and ten women's NCAA sanctioned sports: Men's Baseball, Men's and Women's Basketball, Women's Bowling, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's and Women's Golf, Women's Lacrosse, Women's Soccer, Women's swimming, Men and Women's tennis, and Women's track and field events.(This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.)

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  • Vanderbilt University currently sponsors teams in six men's and ten women's NCAA sanctioned sports: Men's Baseball, Men's and Women's Basketball, Women's Bowling, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's and Women's Golf, Women's Lacrosse, Women's Soccer, Women's swimming, Men and Women's tennis, and Women's track and field events. Well-known American football athletes include former students Jay Cutler, Jamie Duncan, Shelton Quarles, and Will Wolford, former Vanderbilt football coaches Dan McGugin, Wallace Wade, and Red Sanders, and all-time greats such as Lynn Bomar, Josh Cody, Bucky Curtis, Carl Hinkle, Bill Spears, John J. Tigert, and Bill Wade. Former Vanderbilt chemistry professor William Lofland Dudley was known as the "father of Southern football." Vanderbilt's entrants into the NBA include Charles Davis, Festus Ezeli, Shan Foster, John Jenkins, Dan Langhi, Clyde Lee, and Will Perdue. Award-winning baseball stars include Pedro Alvarez, David Price, Scotti Madison, and Mike Minor. Sportswriters Grantland Rice and Fred Russell had both been members of the baseball team.(This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.) (en)
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  • Jess Neely, one of Vandy's greatest ever captains . Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. Winningest coach in Rice University history. Vanderbilt athletic director . College Football Hall of Fame as coach.
  • Gil Reese, first three-sport captain at Vanderbilt. .
  • Lewie Hardage. All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 2nd team. Backfield coach at Vanderbilt . Head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners football team .
  • Bull Brown, All-Southern . All-American . One of six players McGugin ranked as his best.
  • Lynn Bomar, end for the Vanderbilt Commodores and New York Giants. Consensus All-American in 1923. Vandy's first player elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
  • Shelton Quarles, Pro Bowl Selection . Super Bowl Champion . SEC Football Legend .
  • David Lee, next to Chad Pennington in 2009.
  • Earl Bennett, All-SEC .
  • Jim Arnold, Consensus All-American
  • Ray Morrison, All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. College Football Hall of Fame as coach.
  • W. E. Metzger, Dan McGugin's first great guard.
  • Hek Wakefield, consensus All-American All-Southern
  • Bill Wade with Donna Reed, 1959. Quarterback, SEC MVP . 1st overall pick in 1952 NFL Draft. NFL Champion . Twice All-Pro , Twice Pro Bowl selection . Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Russ Cohen, captain of SIAA champion 1915 team. All-Southern . Long time college coach.
  • Stein Stone All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. 1934 All-time Vandy team. Won 4 Southern championships in his 4 years.
  • Pete Gracey. All-Southern . Consensus All-American .
  • Bill Spears, All-Southern College Football Hall of Fame.
  • Zac Stacy, currently plays for the New York Jets. First Commodore to rush for over 1,000 yards back to back years; and first to rush for over 3000 yards in career.
  • John J. Tigert, All-Southern College Football Hall of Fame
  • R. G. Acton, head coach for Vandy's first conference title.
  • Irby "Rabbit" Curry, third-team All-American. Twice . His plane was shot down over France in World War I.
  • Josh Cody, third-team All-American and thrice All-Southern. College Football Hall of Fame. Long time college coach.
  • Doc Kuhn, All-American Honorable Mention , Billy Evans's . Porter Cup , Two-sport captain
  • Elliott Jones, Vanderbilt's first captain and coach.
  • Jay Cutler, First-round draft pick of the Denver Broncos Chicago Bears, Pro Bowl Selection . SEC Offensive Player of the Year . First-team All-SEC .
  • Bob Blake, All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1869–1919 era.
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  • Captain
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  • All-Southern
  • Captain . All-Southern . The 1910 team tied Yale. Older brother of Jess Neely
  • Known as "Rabbit", described as "the player who has most appealed to the imagination, admiration, and affection of the entire university community through the years." All-Southern and third-team All-American. SIAA Champion . A beloved player killed over France in the First World War. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. Namesake of Curry Field.
  • Said to be the first to dub Vanderbilt the Commodores in the Nashville Banner. First Vandy quarterback to play Tennessee.
  • First three-sport captain at Vandy. Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. Twice All-Southern. Member of teams which won three-straight conference titles. Starter for 1924 defeat of Minnesota, Vandy's first victory over a Northern school. 1934 All-time Vandy team.
  • Third-team All-American , All-Southern . Later football and basketball coach at Vandy. Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1869–1919 era. Football Writers Association of America 1869–1918 Early Era All-America Team. One of six players McGugin ranked as his best. College Football Hall of Fame . Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
  • currently plays for the Philadelphia Eagles. School record 81 points in 2012, then another with 99 in 2013.
  • Known for his large size . Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. He was ruled ineligible for '23.
  • Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. All-Southern . He was ruled ineligible for '23.
  • Captain of SIAA champion 1915 team. All-Southern . Long time college coach.
  • Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. He averaged two broken bones a year and played three years , lettering in '99.
  • Captain . Chicago Bears , Chicago Cardinals . Last NFL player to go without a helmet.
  • Football and basketball coach at Middle Tennessee State . Coach when they were first dubbed the "Blue Raiders"
  • All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1869–1919 era. Won 4 Southern championships in his 4 years. He and John Tigert were both Rhodes Scholars.
  • Earned three varsity letters in baseball, leading the 1949 team in hitting. Successful businessman as founder of Delta Coals, Inc. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Starter for 1924 defeat of Minnesota, Vandy's first victory over a Northern school.
  • National Football League player. Arena Football League player.
  • Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. He was captain of the 1901 team.
  • Long time Memphis Tigers coach. Made kicks against both Harvard and Michigan.
  • One of Vandy's greatest ever captains , and its best passer in '22. Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. Long time college coach. Winningest coach in Rice University history. Vanderbilt athletic director . College Football Hall of Fame as coach.
  • SEC Player of the Year , professional with several European teams
  • First American Indian to play on the Vanderbilt football team.
  • First Team All-America . Ran for 81 yard touchdown against Alabama.
  • Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. Starter for 1924 defeat of Minnesota, Vandy's first victory over a Northern school.
  • Captain . All-Southern . Last non-senior captain until 2003.
  • currently plays for the Philadelphia Eagles. Third-team All-American . Twice All-SEC . Single-season record with 1,262 yards receiving . Single-season SEC reception record at 112 . SEC record with 263 career receptions and 3,759 career yards.
  • All-Southern . All-American . One of six players McGugin ranked as his best. College Football Hall of Fame .
  • Major League Baseball starting pitcher for the Oakland Athletics
  • Canadian Football League and Arena Football League player.
  • All-Southern One time coach at The Citadel.
  • All-Southern .
  • All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 2nd team.
  • All-Southern . All-American
  • All-Southern . Brother of Bob and Dan.
  • All-Southern . Brother of Bob.
  • All-Southern . He helped coach Vandy in 1908.
  • All-Southern . Leading scorer of 1920 Vandy team.
  • All-Southern . National Football League player.
  • All-Southern . Southern official.
  • All-Southern.
  • All-Southern. Captain
  • currently plays for the New York Jets. First Commodore to rush for over 1,000 yards back to back years; and first to rush for over 3000 yards in career.
  • Associated Press second-team All-American
  • Brother of Bob, Dan, and Vaughn.
  • first son to follow in his father's footsteps as a Vanderbilt football player. Member of SIAA champion 1921 team.
  • Canadian Football League player.
  • Captain , Chicago White Sox .
  • Captain , National Football League player.
  • Captain , father of Bill Wade.
  • Captain . National Football League player.
  • Decorated World War II veteran.
  • Vandy's first first-team All-SEC player. SEC MVP . Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
  • First three-sport captain.
  • Scored winning touchdown on "hidden ball" trick play against LSU in 1937.
  • Long time Memphis Tigers coach.
  • Member of SIAA champion squad
  • NBA player for the Charlotte Bobcats.
  • NBA player for the Golden State Warriors.
  • National Football League player.
  • National Football League player. College coach.
  • National Football League player. Thrice All-SEC
  • One time career rushing leader.
  • One time coach at Arkansas State.
  • Led Vandy to its first bowl victory in the '55 Gator Bowl, coached by Arthur Guepe. Orr was a long time official.
  • Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame
  • SEC Football Legend . ArenaBowl 1 Champion .
  • Second Team All-SEC
  • Second-team All-SEC
  • Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Third Team All-America .
  • Thrice All-Southern . Consensus All-American .
  • Vanderbilt's first captain and head coach.
  • Vanderbilt's first quarterback.
  • Vanderbilt's second captain and head coach.
  • Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Major League Baseball player. Selected out of high school with the 20th overall pick in the MLB draft but instead decided to go to Vanderbilt. Preseason All-America . Two-time All-SEC. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame
  • Vandy career record for most points after touchdown .
  • All-SEC. Drafted 1st round, 10th overall in the 1943 NFL Draft.
  • First Team Kodak All-America . Could bench 450 pounds and recorded 37 tackles in a game against Tulane.
  • first overall draft pick in 2007 Major League Baseball draft by Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
  • Finished eighth on all-time Vanderbilt scoring list with 1,675 points. First-Team All-SEC in 1979 and Third-Team All-SEC in 1978. Led the Commodores in rebounding all four years. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Chairman of the Honors Court of the College Football Hall of Fame for 29 years. Protégé of Grantland Rice.
  • National Football League player. All-American . Led nation with 29.3 yard reception average in 1950. Target of Bill Wade. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • currently plays for the Buffalo Bills
  • currently plays for the Green Bay Packers.
  • currently plays for the Houston Texans.
  • currently plays for the New Orleans Saints.
  • currently plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers
  • currently plays for the Seattle Seahawks
  • Former professional basketball player with the New Jersey Nets and former U.S. Olympic Team Member .
  • In 1970 she received a surprise invitation from Athletic Director Jess Neely to represent Vanderbilt at the National Intercollegiate in Athens, Ga., where she placed third. Named All-American by Women's Golf magazine. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame
  • All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 2nd team. Backfield coach at Vanderbilt . Head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners football team. . One of six players McGugin ranked as his best.
  • attorney and sculptor who represented James Earl Ray.
  • infielder for the Baltimore Orioles
  • Vanderbilt's fifth head coach who led Vandy to its first conference title. He also played at Harvard. He was a medical doctor, and died of an overdose of morphine in 1900.
  • All-Southern . TCU Horned Frogs, Millsaps Majors, SMU Mustangs, and Texas Tech Red Raiders head football coach; TCU Horned Frogs men's basketball head coach, Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball head coach, and Texas Tech Red Raiders athletic director.
  • currently plays for the Buffalo Bills. Drafted 14th overall by the Chicago Bears.
  • men's basketball coach
  • Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1920–1969 era. One of the all-time great punt returners. His records were not broken until Wes Welker did so.
  • National Football League player. Pro Bowl . SEC Football Legend
  • men's basketball coach . Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field.
  • Starting quarterback for teams which won three-straight conference titles. Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. Walter Camp All-American Honorable Mention in 1922. Porter Cup recipient in 1923. Captain of both football and basketball teams in '23.
  • second-team All-American
  • second-team All-Southern
  • Player and coach for the Louisville Brecks of the National Football League.
  • Consensus All-American in 1923, the last first team All-American from the south selected by Walter Camp. . National Football League player. Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1920–1969 era. 1934 All-time Vandy team. First from Vanderbilt to be elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as a player. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. Member of teams which won three-straight conference titles. He later became warden of Tennessee State Prison and executed several men.
  • All-Southern, Consensus All-American in 1924. Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field. Member of teams which won three-straight conference titles. Starter for 1924 defeat of Minnesota, Vandy's first victory over a Northern school. One of six players McGugin ranked as his best. 1934 All-time Vandy team.
  • All-Southern . Starter for 1924 defeat of Minnesota, Vandy's first victory over a Northern school.
  • He led the winning touchdown drive in 1969 against 13th ranked Alabama in Nashville. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. Older brother of Mack Brown. Watson later coached.
  • first-team All-SEC , member of the USA national team at the 2011 Summer Universiade, NBA player with the Atlanta Hawks
  • Backup to Doc Kuhn. Official for 30 years. He officiated in four Sugar Bowl games and eight Blue-Gray Games, and the 1936 U.S. Olympic basketball trials. Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
  • All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. 1934 All-time Vandy team. One time coach at Clemson. Won 4 Southern championships in his 4 years. His catch against Sewanee in 1907 was ranked by Grantland Rice as the greatest thrill seen in his years watching sports.
  • Coached at Middle Tennessee State, namesake of Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium.
  • Consensus All-American . First-team All-SEC Also placekicker.
  • First Academic All-American, and only two-time Academic All-American, in Vanderbilt basketball history. Fourth-round draft pick of the Golden State Warriors
  • Elliott Jones said he was responsible for the majority of the offense in Vanderbilt's first ever football game.
  • Vanderbilt's most decorated golfer. Southeastern Conference Player of the Year and First-Team All-American . Won the 2003 United States Pub Links Championship. All-Conference all four years he played at Vanderbilt. Reached the No. 1 individual ranking in the national Golfweek/Sagarin Poll in November 2002. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Two-time All-American. Led Vanderbilt to highest national ranking of number 5. Holds record for most assists in a game at 14. SEC player of the year in 1993.
  • Dan McGugin's first great lineman. All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1869–1919 era. 1934 All-time Vandy team.
  • Member of teams which won three-straight conference titles. Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field.
  • Third-team All-American . National and Canadian football league player.
  • All-Southern basketball player. Officiated at the 1936 U.S. Olympic basketball trials. Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
  • First round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 1986 NFL Draft. He made 3 Pro Bowls. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. SEC Football Legend
  • The first baseball player in school history to be selected as a first team All-American. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • set single-season Vanderbilt record for touchdowns at 14 in 2013.
  • All-American . Holds best Vanderbilt doubles winning percentage with partner Krunch Kloberdanz. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Captain . College and NFL Official. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Three-time Tennessee State Collegiate singles champion. Made round of 16 at National Women's Tennis Tournament in 1970 and 1971. She graduated with an M. D. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Long time college coach. Coached Vandy from 1940–1942 and 1946–1948. Won a National Championship with UCLA in 1954.
  • Leading scorer for SIAA co-champion 1921 team. Played at Middle Tenn. St. with Jess Neely and Putty Overall.
  • First starting quarterback under coach Dan McGugin. 1912 All-time Vandy 2nd team.
  • Captain . Led nation in scoring in 1927 . Target of Bill Spears.
  • First round pick in 1984. Indianapolis Colts San Diego Chargers
  • One time coach at Henderson State. Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Came to Vanderbilt on a football scholarship. Successful businessman as founder of Delta Coals, Incorporated. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • Vandy's first ever Academic All-American. Hall stood at just 5-10 and weighed 175 pounds. He is a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame
  • Southeastern Conference MVP , College Football Hall of Fame . Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
  • starting quarterback and team's most valuable player . Now coach.
  • Scored six touchdowns in the 76–0 victory over rival Tennessee in 1918. Captain-elect . Tennessee politician.
  • First Team All-American by the Central Press and Second Team All-American by The Sporting News.
  • National Football League player. Super Bowl champion . SEC Football Legend . All-American . Second-team All-SEC .
  • National Football League player. Pro Bowl Selection . Super Bowl Champion . SEC Football Legend .
  • She was 2005 SEC Defensive player of the year. Had 15 shutouts in 2005. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame
  • Brother of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers
  • He averaged the most points per game in school history and the balconies on the south end of Memorial Gymnasium are commonly referred to as the "balconies that Clyde built." Jersey number retired. SEC Player of the Year , All-American ; third overall pick of the San Francisco/Golden State Warriors ; also played for the Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers . Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • First tennis player to be offered a full athletic scholarship to Vanderbilt. Three-time All-SEC honors, 1978–1980. He was a native of South Africa. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame
  • All-Southern . College Football Hall of Fame. He and Bob Blake were both Rhodes Scholars.
  • All-Southern . 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. One time coach at LSU.
  • Former head football coach at University of Texas who won the 2005 National Championship. Transferred to Florida State University.
  • SEC Player of the Year . National Football League player.
  • All-Southern tackle , Newark Bears . Starter for 1924 defeat of Minnesota, Vandy's first victory over a Northern school. 1934 All-time Vandy team.
  • All-SEC. National Football League player. Target of Whit Taylor.
  • First basketball scholarship and first basketball All-American. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
  • National Football League player. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. SEC Football Legend
  • Later coached freshman football at Vanderbilt, and was an assistant under McGugin. He once played basketball for Kentucky. The Zerfoss Student Health Center at Vanderbilt bears his name. A plaque upon it reads "Named in honor of Thomas Bowman Zerfoss Sr., M.D. ... physician, guide, philosopher and friend to Vanderbilt students for more than 40 years." Zerfoss was Vanderbilt's A. D. from 1940 to 1944.
  • Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field.
  • Long time coach at Tennessee Tech. Member of 1921 SIAA champions.
  • corner infielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates; drafted second overall in the 2008 MLB draft.
  • Starter for the scoreless tie with Yale at Yale Field. All-Southern . College Football Hall of Fame as coach. 1912 All-time Vandy 1st team. Associated Press Southeast Area All-Time football team 1869–1919 era. One of six players McGugin ranked as his best. 1934 All-time Vandy team. He was coach of Vanderbilt after McGugin, as well as during 1918.
  • He also played basketball at Kentucky. He was Vanderbilt's AD from 1940 to 1944.
  • All-Southern . Captain . Member of teams which won three straight conference titles. Starter for scoreless tie with Michigan at dedication of Dudley Field.
  • Finished 44th in the K-1 event at the 1996 Summer Olympics. In 2002 he won a bronze medal at the Pan American Slalom Kayak Championships.
  • Wooden Award finalist ; Atlanta Hawks , New Orleans Hornets , originally a second-round draft pick of the Miami Heat
  • Captain . All-Southern . All-American . 1934 All-time Vandy team. One of six players McGugin ranked as his best.
  • National Football League player. Pro Bowl selection. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. SEC Football Legend
  • first African American basketball player in the Southeastern Conference; law professor at American University. Jersey number retired. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • currently plays for the Chicago Bears. Pro Bowl Selection . SEC Offensive Player of the Year . First-team All-SEC .
  • Vanderbilt all-time leader in career wins and earned run average . Led conference in ERA for two consecutive years . Led conference in victories and strikeouts in 1973. Vanderbilt's first All-American in baseball Three-time First Team All-SEC pitcher . Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • All-American ; National Football League player. Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame. SEC Football Legend
  • named First Team All-America by Football News. First team All-SEC
  • Consensus All-American . First-team All-SEC . National and Canadian football league player.
  • Finished career with solid effort at Tennessee, hitting 19 of 35 passes for 174 yards and a TD, earning team's Offensive Player of the Week honors.
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  • Vanderbilt University currently sponsors teams in six men's and ten women's NCAA sanctioned sports: Men's Baseball, Men's and Women's Basketball, Women's Bowling, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's and Women's Golf, Women's Lacrosse, Women's Soccer, Women's swimming, Men and Women's tennis, and Women's track and field events.(This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.) (en)
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