Monday July 20, 2015

Triangle's popular AP Groups returns this summer and fall with nine (9) sessions prior to club tryouts for the 2016 season. AP Groups [Advanced Placement] is for high school girls with positional mastery and significant high level experience. It is the NEXT LEVEL training beyond XTREME clinics [which are open and available to club players aged 14 & up].

It is important to note that AP Groups work differently than other programs at Triangle. Firstly, AP Groups requires an application. Secondly, athletes are grouped based on level. An athlete's grouping will determine what TIME slot their AP Group will train. A special request of time slot or AP Group placement is not permitted.

Applicants must be high school aged [15-18] female athletes who possess the following:

  • Mastery of positional fundamentals
  • Significant high level playing experience
  • Solid physical condition
  • A strong work ethic

Groups training involves:

  • Exceptional training by Triangle's most senior staff
  • Small group [6-8], high coach:athlete ratio
  • College preparatory technical content
  • Live, fast-paced environment
  • Game-like, competitive format
  • high quality reps & feedback

Advanced Placement Groups is for qualified [via application] high school aged girls [15-18]. For the summer and fall, AP Groups will only have a positional training component. Also, new for summer and fall is that AP Group positional training will be 1-1/2 hours in length.

For AP Group participation athletes must possess the following at a minimum:

  • Be a highly motivated high school volleyball player, grades 9-12 [as of Fall, 2015].
  • Possess a mastery of positional fundamentals
  • Have significant high level playing experience [i.e. club volleyball]
  • Be in solid physical condition
  • Possess a strong work ethic

General rules for AP Group participation:

  • Interested athletes must APPLY for AP Groups. Please check your calendar PRIOR to registering and sign up only for dates you are certain to attend.
  • Note that deadlines for application are firm. We cannot accept late applications.
  • We have had and continue to see tremendous demand for AP Group Training [especially in the Fall prior to club tryouts]. Additionally, we have ample but finite court time and staff availability to conduct AP Groups. For these reasons we cannot guarantee an athlete's acceptance into AP Groups. It is also possible that prior AP Group participants may not be accepted into Fall sessions. NOTE: we do our best to accept as many qualified applicants as possible.
  • Athletes must attend the AP Group for their PRIMARY position only. There are no exceptions.
  • The actual time slot for an individual athlete's AP Group training will depend on your Group placement. Athlete's must be flexible and attend at the time instructed, no exceptions.
  • Athletes will be assigned a 1-1/2 hour time slot within the range of times specified. These times will be posted by noon on Wednesday prior to the AP Group session for that week. Please check the weekly AP Group Schedule at
  • It is imperative to note that AP Groups are NOT used by Triangle or its coaching staff as an evaluation tool for team selection and will NOT be used to determine an athlete's placement for the upcoming club season. AP Group training IS designed to push the performance of each individual athlete in a positive direction by creating an environment for maximum growth.

How to apply for AP Groups?

  • Given the combined academic and athletic demands of the high school season we will be handling AP Group applications on a rolling basis.
  • The application deadline for each AP Group date is 10pm Sunday night PRIOR to the AP Group session date.
  • We will process the applications and post rosters on our website [AP Groups page] by noon Wednesday
  • To apply visit 


MORE on AP Groups...

AP Positional Group training involves:

•             Exceptional high level training by Triangle staff

•             Small group [6-8], high coach:athlete ratio

•             College preparatory technical content

•             Live, fast-paced environment

•             High quality reps and feedback

Sunday July 19, 2015

Thank you to all the participants, spectators and volunteers of our Joe Uniacke Memorial Volleyball Tournament! 

Tournament Finishes: 

1 Gold Finalist St. Michael's Catholic School
2   Falls Lake Academy
3   St. Mark Catholic School
4   St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School
5 Silver Finalist The Franciscan School [BLUE]
6   Culbreth MS [GOLD]
7   Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School [BLUE]
8   Cary Christian School
9 Bronze Finalist Grace Christian School
10   St. Raphael Catholic School
11   St. Thomas More Catholic School
12   Immaculata Catholic School
13 Flight 1 Finalist The Franciscan School [WHITE]
14   Culbreth MS [BLUE]
15   Crosscreek Charter School
16   Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School [WHITE]
MVP Maya Mrus St. Michael's Catholic School
Caring Coach Award Shelby Hamilton St. Mark Catholic School
Caring Team Award   Crosscreek Charter School
All Tournament Team    
  Braswell, Kaeli Grace Christian School
  Chapman, Vivian St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School
  Coker, Emily Cary Christian School
  Dischinger, Sydney Culbreth MS [BLUE]
  Dorsey, Destinee Culbreth MS [GOLD]
  Dwinnell, Elizabeth St. Michael's Catholic School
  Gruebel, Lilly St. Raphael Catholic School
  Hamilton, Kaitlyn St. Mark Catholic School
  Lightner, Ellie The Franciscan School [WHITE]
  Mrus, Maya St. Michael's Catholic School
  Ogburn, Reagan Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School [BLUE]
  Scott, Nadia Falls Lake Academy
  Teal, Chase Falls Lake Academy
  Wilson, Sarah The Franciscan School [BLUE]


Saturday July 18, 2015

In 2014 Triangle formed its first-ever boys team. The team competed in U18 Boys and was comprised of boys aged 15-18. In 2015 Triangle again formed an 18U team. In just two years, Triangle 18 Black [boys] has made a big impact on the boys scene in the southeast.

To keep things going and GROWING we are hosting FREE open gyms for youth [5-8th grade] and rising high school aged boys.

•  YOUTH [grades 5-8]: Wednesday [July 29 thru October 21] from 630-8pm

•  HIGH SCHOOL [rising 9th-12th]:  Wednesday [July 8 thru October 28] from 7-9pm.ALUMNI WELCOME

All participants must have a completed waiver, signed by a parent on file at Triangle.

Please spread the word. Questions?

Saturday July 18, 2015

Triangle closed the 2015 club season with fifteen (15) teams attending AAU Junior National Championships in Orlando, Florida and three (3) teams attending USAV Girls' Junior National Championships in New Orleans, Louisiana

Teams attending USAV Junior Nationals in New Orleans had earned bids for the event at national qualifying events earlier in the club season. Throughout nationals Triangle teams achieved a 47% win percentage with four (4) Triangle teams achieving top 15 finishes [14 Black, 16 Black, 17 Blue, and 18 Blue]. Complete results are below.

Team Division Finish
12 National* Club-AAU 55/61
12 Regional* Classic-AAU T36/48
13 Black Open-AAU T21/27
14 Black Open-AAU T11/32
14 Blue Premier-AAU T37/67
14 White Premier-AAU T56/67
15 Black Open-AAU T27/50
15 Blue Premier-AAU 53/93
15 White Premier-AAU T80/93
15 Regional* Club-AAU T86/163
16 Black Open-AAU T13/67
16 Blue Premier-AAU T35/102
16 White Premier-AAU 72/102
17 Black Open-USAV T15/36
17 Blue Premier-AAU T12/96
17 White Premier-AAU 55/96
18 Black Open-USAV 34/36
18 Blue USA-USAV 13/24

*teams formed after completion of regional season for AAU attendance


Friday April 24, 2015

We are excited to announce that we have launched our 2015 Summer Camp program and have a great summer planned for athletes of all ages and levels. To begin exploring our summer camp options you have several options:

1  Visit our website, where items are located under the general training category

2  Visit our camp/clinic google calendar if you are looking for what's available for a specific week.

3  Be brave and jump into your OASYS account and scroll through the list of offerings by program category.

Yet to be posted are Summer AP Group* offerings [Spring is already up] and the Summer Smash 4v4 tournament. *AP Groups is Advanced Placement training for athletes 15 & up who compete at the highest level in club.

We have over 1200 hours of camps and clinics to help you 'CHANGE YOUR GAME'. To assist you I am including a complete summer camp offering list with pricing so you can see the entire summer at-a-glance. 


2015 Summer Camps-How to get BETTER!

Since 2003 Triangle Volleyball has provided comprehensive volleyball training for athletes of all ages and abilities. Triangle’s summer camp offerings have grown into the most widely recognized and attended program in the southeast.

From early June to the end of August Triangle’s wide range of camp and clinic options offer beginner youth appropriate and introductory training and provide the most elite volleyball player challenging technical training. Whatever the state of YOUR game…Triangle Summer Camps will help you ‘Change YOUR Game’ for the better.

YOUTH Series-grades 2-9. Triangle is the area’s leader in youth volleyball development. Camps and clinics focus on developing fundamental volleyball skills. Daytime, evening, and weekend camps give families flexibility to arrange camps around busy work and vacation schedules. 

•  Day Camp-the perfect option for children of working parents. In addition to introductory technical training, games, and play, campers experience Triangle leadership and team building training.

•  All Skills Camps-focus on skill development and play to provide our newest athletes with quality repetitions and significant ball contact.

•  YVP Mini-Sessions-YVP is the most popular youth clinic in the area. For the summer we offer this 6-session training in a three week [twice per week] mini-session. These evening sessions offer convenience to working families.

•  Clinics-these 1-1½ hour clinics [Attacking, Serving, Ball Control, Get It OVER!] provide focused technical instruction on specific skill areas for athletes.

•  Games & Play-focused on fun and ‘playing the game’ these 1 ½ hour sessions allow athletes to experience game-like settings and use their skills.

CLASSIC Series-middle/high school. Camps and clinics focus increasing proficiency in skill and positional play.

•  Day Camp-the perfect option for working parents that includes our Classic All Skills camp. In addition to technical training and play, campers experience Triangle leadership and team building training.

•  All Skills Camps-focus on total skill development providing athletes with quality repetitions and significant ball contact.

•  Clinics-Classic clinics [i.e. Attacking, Dig Your Guts Out, Serving & Passing, Jump Serve, Tactical Serving] are hallmarks of Triangle’s year-round training for middle/high school and club players and provide focused technical instruction and quality repetitions for athletes looking to hone their skills.

•  Position-Specific Camps-improve proficiency by position in these 3 day camps.

•  Tune-Up Camps-are specifically designed to prepare middle and high school athletes for their tryouts.

XTREME Series-middle/high school. Camps and clinics focus increasing proficiency in skill and positional play.

•  Xtreme Clinics-provide next-level training by position for athletes who have mastered the fundamentals of their position.

•  Xtreme Position-Specific Camps-improve proficiency by position in these 3 day camps. Athletes will be trained on multiple courts and grouped by ability.

GameON! training-the perfect way to get ready for high school and middle school season. All drills. Fast-paced and competitive. If you've never been to GameON! before you are in for a real treat!

PowerCore 360-Triangle is the only club in the southeast able to provide this proprietary hitters training. PowerCore is designed to increase power [both hitting and serving] while reducing the risk of injury to the shoulder This summer we have PC360 course, Arm Swing Mechanics, Approach Mechanics, and LIVE!.

Triangle Setting Academy [TSA and TSA advantage]-setters need frequent and regular contact with the ball to keep skills up during the summer months. TSA allows them these quality contacts and offers instruction to help them become a confident and capable setter. Setters will also benefit from Xtreme Setter training.

Strength and Conditioning and Vertical JUMP Training+-Corey Johnson, CPT and Jim Freeman lead JUMP+, POWER1 and POWER2 which are performance-based training designed to strengthen athletes, increase vertical jump and first-step quickness, and reduce the risk of injury. 

AP Summer Work Outs-for college-bound and ‘nearly’ college bound athletes. Be ready for preseason, get introduced to weight lifting, and get assistance with YOUR universities summer work out program or use one devised by Triangle's staff. Schedule TBD.

Team Camps

YOUR high school or middle school team can benefit from the same quality instruction Triangle club teams receive year-after-year. Led by Triangle’s most experienced staff you can let us design your camp or you can ‘Design Your Own’. Team camps can be held at Triangle or your location depending on your preference.

We look forward to seeing you at Triangle this summer. Our Spring programs are also up and running so no need to wait till summer to 'Change YOUR Game.'

Wednesday April 22, 2015

This past weekend 15 Triangle teams attended the Disney Volleyball Showcase, a USA Volleyball national qualifying event in Orlando, Florida. In total Triangle was able to secure 8 top 10 finishes with two teams qualifying for the elite Open division play at USA Volleyball’s Junior National Championships. Previously qualified Triangle 18 Blue left no doubt on their bid status by winning eh 18 USA division championship going 9-0 and only drop 2 sets over the three days of intense competition. This is the first season in Triangle’s history where three (3) teams achieved qualification through the national qualifying process.

For many Triangle teams the Disney Volleyball Showcase [DVS] is the third and final qualifier of the 2015 club season. Qualification grants Triangle 17 Black, 18 Black, and 18 Blue into the USA Volleyball Junior National Championships held this year in New Orleans, LA.

In New Orleans both 17 Black and 18 Black will be among only 36 teams in the nation to earn a bid to the esteemed Open division competition field. 18 Blue who ‘double qualified’ by combining its 3rd place finish at Big South National Qualifier with their championship at DVS will be among only 24 USA division qualified teams in New Orleans. Triangle 18 Blue is the first ever “Blue” team from Triangle to qualify for nationals in this manner.

There are just 12 national qualifying events in the United States each club season. Teams from all over the US attend numerous events for both good competition and the opportunity to ‘qualify.’ “Many of our teams set as a goal to achieve qualification to USAV Junior Nationals knowing that it is only a few that can grind through a three-day tournament and emerge among the top in the event” stated Sherry Fadool, Triangle’s Executive Director. “Having two teams qualify in open along with 18 Blue’s double qualification speaks to the depth of talent in our organization and is an exciting first for our club.”

Triangle teams will head to New Orleans in late June to compete for a USAV national championship. All other Triangle national teams will attend the equally prestigious AAU Junior Nationals in Orlando, Florida for their end of season national championship.

Team........... Finish.......... Division

13 Black........ T11/12.......... 13 Open

14 Black........ 4th/15........... 14 Open

14 Blue.......... 10th/20.......... 14 USA

14 White........ T17/70.......... 14 American

15 Black........ T5/12........... 15 Open

15 Blue.......... 31st/40.......... 15 USA

15 White........ T32/88.......... 15 American

16 Black........ T11/24.......... 16 Open

16 Blue.......... T9/46........... 16 USA

16 White........ T9/69........... 16 American

17 Black........ 3rd/16........... 17 Open QUALIFIED

17 Blue.......... T11/33.......... 17 USA

17 White........ T13/33.......... 17 USA

18 Black........ 3rd/14........... 18 Open QUALIFIED

18 Blue.......... 1st/30........... 18 USA 'Double' QUALIFIED

Tuesday April 14, 2015

Triangle 18 Blue had among their goals this season qualifying for USAV Junior Nationals to be held in New Orleans this summer. Most of the members of 18 Blue had been close to qualification before…very close…but denied on the final day of competition.

For the 2015 season they would have three shots at qualifying; Mideast Qualifier [Indianapolis], Big South [Atlanta] and Disney Volleyball Showcase [Orlando]. Eleven strong and united in a single purpose Triangle 18 Blue started with a bang in Indianapolis going undefeated through the first two rounds of pool play and landing in the 16-team strong Gold bracket on Sunday. Up first was Top Select 18 Elite, a perennially strong club from Florida. Top Select proved too much to handle and 18 Blue fell to finish T9 and out of range for the USA bid they sought after.

Next up was Big South. Undaunted they went into day one against a tough field. Landing top ½ after going 2-1 in first round pool play. Day two would put them in a pool with, yep, Top Select again. They would need to finish in the top two to advance to Gold bracket play on Easter Sunday. Top Select proved too difficult to overcome but 18 Blue toppled USA South 18 National is a tight three-set match (25-10, 15-25, 17-15). To stay alive for Gold 18 Blue was in a must win situation with Colorado Classix Juniors. Again, 18 Blue found themselves in a three-set battle; ultimately winning (24-26, 25-17, 15-9).

The Gold bracket stage was set; 12 teams and 3 bids on the line. To qualify 18 Blue would need to push through the bracket and finish third or higher. First match was at 8am vs. Tampa Elite U18 Columbia. Again, it is decided in three sets with 18 Blue triumphant after a slow start (17-25, 25-23, 15-12). At 9am they faced off against Momentum 18 Black. They win in two (25-23, 25-19) to set up a semi-final showdown with a perennial Top 25 favorite Wave out of San Diego. A win grabs a  bid...a loss will force yet another match in an attempt to secure third place.

Interestingly enough Wave 18-1 was coached last season by 15 Black’s Coach Courtney Noll proving yet again the volleyball world is a small world indeed. Wave has an outside hitter committed to Hawaii, and a libero committed to UNC. It was a formidable battle. Going in Wave’s favor and settled in two (25-20, 25-23) it was a battle nonetheless. Not discovered until Monday, Jaclyn Brewington [Setter] sustained a broken nose in the match.

With no break, they play on. The 3rd place match has 18 Blue facing off against Texas Fusion 18-1. Both teams were playing their fourth straight game Easter morning. The match is lopsided with 18 Blue winning game one only to lose decisively in game two. Both teams face yet another game three, again with a bid on the line. Triangle 18 Blue would not be denied. They started the game strong leading decisively at the switch. They took point after point and ended winning both the match and the USA bid 15-7.

18 Blue’s qualification is the first-ever for a Blue team [or any non-Black team]. It speaks to the considerable depth of our club, caliber of athletes, and the hard work each and every athlete and coach brings to the court each day. KUDOS 18 Blue…we are impressed!

Monday March 30, 2015

Spring Programs have launched [Summer Camps coming soon!]

We have plenty of training and play opportunities for athletes at all levels. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned club player, Triangle offers the very best training in the area from a professional and experienced staff.

A few things worth mentioning:

  • For this spring we are bridging the gap between the Regional Plus season and the AAU tryout* with a Club level PLAY the GAME series. Lots of contacts, strategy and loads of fun-Play the Game gives kids a great opportunity to improve their overall game. *Triangle athletes only eligible for tryout
  • TRACK OUT OPTIONS-we are offering three (3) different track out camp options this spring.
  • GET IT OVER! is a quick 1-hour serving lesson with coach Mary Beth. A great way to help an athlete struggling with serving to simply get it over consistently and confidently.
  • PowerCore 360 courses are back this spring. Triangle is celebrating four years of PowerCore training and the results are amazing. Stronger hitters and servers and LESS stress on the shoulder. If you are planning on years in the sport you want to learn to hit both safer and harder.
  • Strength & Conditioning is the next level training that distinguishes elite level athletes. Triangle offers affordable options to personal trainers with POWER and JUMP.

Registration-we have minimums for all our programs and staff based on registration so please REGISTER IN ADVANCE to secure your spot. Registration is through OASYS.

For more information visit our website,

Here is the camp/clinic listing for Spring 2015:

YVP [Youth Volleyball Program-grades 2-9]

GET IT OVER! Serving 101

YVP ALL SKILLS CAMP #1 TRACK OUT-4, Monday-Thursday April 13-16, 9am-12noon

YVP ALL SKILLS CAMP #2 TRACK OUT-3, Monday-Thursday April 20-23, 9am-12noon

YVP ALL SKILLS CAMP #3 TRACK OUT-2, Monday-Thursday May 18-21, 9am-12noon





YVP MINI COURSE Tuesday/Thursday, May 26-June 11, 6-730pm

YVP PLAY THE GAME, Sundays, APRIL 12-MAY 17, 530-7 PM


Triangle Junior League

*Triangle Junior League - Middle/High School [combined co-ed grades 6-12], Sundays, April 12-May 17, 530-730 PM


PC360 LIVE! Sundays



POWERCORE 360 COURSE MEMBER/NON-MEMBER, April 6, 7, 9, 14, 5-630pm

CLASSIC Camps & Clinics [MS/HS ages]

PLAY THE GAME [11-13 Club players], T/Th, April 14-30, 530-7pm [6 sessions]

ATTACKING #1, Sunday, April 26, 1-230pm

DIG YOUR GUTS OUT [DYGO-Defense], Sundays




XTREME Camps & Clinics [14 & up w/club experience]

XTREME DEFENSE, Sunday, April 12, 230-4pm



Strength & Conditioning [JUMP, POWER, PACT]

JUMP [Vertical Jump Training] MEMBERS-Tuesday/Thursday, May 5-June 11, 6-630pm

JUMP [Vertical Jump Training] NON-MEMBERS-Tuesday/Thursday, May 5-June 11, 6-630pm

POWER1 [Weight Lifting] MEMBER, Tuesday/Thursday, May 5-June 11, 5-6pm

POWER1 [Weight Lifting] NON-MEMBER, Tuesday/Thursday, May 5-June 11, 5-6pm

POWER2 [Weight Lifting] MEMBER, Tuesday/Thursday, May 5-June 11, 4-5pm

POWER2 [Weight Lifting] NON-MEMBER, Tuesday/Thursday, May 5-June 11, 4-5pm

We look forward to see you at Triangle this spring. Summer camps will be launched soon. We offer our summer programs from the end of the traditional school year and the beginning of the next traditional school year. We have something for everyone and hold camps every week. Stay tuned.

Friday March 6, 2015

This past weekend MAPL Raleigh, the third stop in the Mid-Atlantic Power League, was held at the Raleigh Convention Center. One hundred fifty of the best junior girls’ volleyball teams from along the eastern seaboard competed over the weekend on 25 courts set up in the RCC.

The RCC saw 6000 participants, coaches, spectators, and over 60 college coaches in attendance over the two day event. Teams battled in three mixed-age divisions designed to ensure competitive play for each and every match with teams playing at least 6 matches over the course of the weekend. The winners of each division were: BLACK: Carolina Juniors 18 Infinity; BLUE: East Coast Power 16 Liberty; RED: IC Stars 14 Meggie.

In addition to high level volleyball the event with support from presenting sponsor Red Hat hosted a Youth Adaptive Sports Clinic for those with physical differences. “Volleyball for All” is a service project in its fourth year at MAPL Raleigh and is designed to promote awareness and inclusion, as well as to make sport accessible to those who often have little opportunity for participation. “We believe an event of this magnitude can be a true vehicle for outreach and we are proud of MAPL Raleigh’s history of service. The Adaptive Sports Clinic is just one way we can help bring sport to an underserved community and allow everyone, regardless of physical ability, to enjoy the athletic pursuit and the life’s lessons that are the true value of youth sport participation” states Sherry Fadool, Triangle’s Executive Director.

The event relies on the volunteer talent of Triangle athletes, parents, alums, and friends who together make MAPL Raleigh among teams favorite events of the season. Fifteen Triangle teams also competed in MAPL Raleigh. There finishes are as follows:

BLACK Division [16-18's] All Triangle teams in the top 20
• 18 Black, T3/66, 6-1
• 18 Blue, T5/66, 3-3
• 17 Black, T5/66, 3-4
• 16 Black, T11/66, 4-4
• 17 Blue, T19/66, 5-2
• 17 White, T19/66, 4-3

BLUE division [14-16's]
• 15 Black, T5/66, 4-2
• 16 Blue, T13/66, 3-3
• 16 White, T21/66, 2-4
• 14 Black, T27/66, 5-4
• 15 Blue, T45/66, 3-3
• 15 White, T45/66, 1-5

RED division [13-14's]
• 14 Blue, 2/18, 5-2
• 14 White, T8/18, 5-2
• 13 Black, 15/18, 5-2

MAPL Raleigh is hosted by Triangle Volleyball Club, sanctioned by USA Volleyball and supported by the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance. MAPL Raleigh will be held in 2016 on March 12 and 13.

For more information visit, or contact Sherry Fadool, 919-544-9400,