Coaching Staff

Brian Bacchi

Bacchi joined Triangle in 2013 and has served as a resource, assistant, and head coach in the 14s-16s age groups. Most recently he served as head coach of 15 Steel and led them to the championship of the Club Division at the Capitol Hill Classic. He also is an asssitant coach of the JV and varsity teams at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh. Originally from New York, Bacchi played middle and opposite for Vassar College. He moved to North Carolina to complete his master's degree at UNC Chapel Hill. He currently lives in Raleigh with his fiancée, Amanda, and works as a speech-language pathologist at Duke Hospital.

Enid Badillo

Badillo joined Triangle in 2012 with a wealth of volleyball coaching experience at the high school, club, and collegiate levels. Badillo hails from Puerto Rico where she first developed her interest in volleyball playing on both her middle and high school teams. Since she moved to the United States, Badillo has served as an assistant coach at Chemeketa Community College in Oregon, head coach at Raleigh Charter High School, assistant coach at Peace College, and JV head coach and varsity assistant coach at Broughton High School; she also has worked as a club coach in the area since 1992. At Triangle Badillo has served as assistant coach of 13 Black and 14 Black and head coach of 14 Blue. Badillo lives in Clayton with her daughter, Maya.

Logan Barber

Assistant Director

Barber joined Triangle in 2006 and has coached in the 13s, 14s, 15s, 16s, and 18s age groups. Highlights of his previous seasons include multiple trips to USAV Junior Nationals, a Carolina Region championship, five gold finishes at national qualifiers (including 16 Blue's top five finish at the Big South Qualifier and Lone Star Classic in 2014), and three second-place finishes at MAPL events. In addition to team coaching, Barber leads many camps and clinics at Triangle and at various colleges and universities. Barber also is the head coach for Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh and led the Crusaders to state championships in 3A in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014, and in 4A in 2015. In 2012 Barber received Triangle's Sam Casey Caram Excellence in Coaching Award, which is presented to the coach who best demonstrates exemplary dedication and commitment to the mission and goals of Triangle Volleyball Club.

Barber’s contributions have been instrumental to the success of some large projects at Triangle, including MAPL Raleigh, Score the Floor, and the 2013 gym expansion. Originally from Greensboro, Barber has lived in Raleigh since he attended NC State where he graduated in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in creative writing. He also played for the NC State men's club team.

Logan Striebel Barber '04

Assistant Director

Logan Striebel Barber joined Triangle in 2009 as an assistant director and coach, and she has served as head coach of 15 Black and 17 Blue, and as assistant coach of 18 Black. Barber is a magna cum laude graduate of American University in D.C. where she studied public communication and marketing. She played four years for American and won four consecutive Patriot League Championships, made four NCAA Tournament appearances, was named to the All-Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2004-2008), and was team captain her senior year. While in D.C. Barber coached in the 14s, 16s, and 17s age groups for Metro Volleyball Club of D.C. Upon graduation Barber served as the marketing and sponsorship coordinator for the Washington Kastles, a World Team Tennis Pro League franchise in D.C.

At Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, Barber helped lead the Crusaders to three consecutive state championships (2001-2003) and was named all-conference and all-state in 2003. Barber is the first Triangle alumna to serve in a full-time role at Triangle. In addition to her administrative responsibilities in the areas of event planning, marketing, and development, Barber runs the MAPL Raleigh and City of Oaks Challenge tournaments at the Raleigh Convention Center. 

Faith Bauserman

Bauserman joined Triangle in 2012. Originally from Tennessee, Bauserman has played volleyball since the seventh grade. In addition to high school volleyball she played six years of club at NETVC and intramural volleyball at East Tennessee State University.

Bauserman has coached at high school and YMCA volleyball camps and has always been actively involved in her community serving as a lifeguard, youth leader, mentor, tutor, hospital volunteer, and camp counselor. Bauserman earned a bachelor's degree in human services and early childhood education from East Tennessee State in 2011. Bauserman served as the assistant coach of 12 Blue in 2013, 2016, and 2017, and as the assistant coach of 12 Black in 2014 and 2015. She also coaches YVP throughout the year. Bauserman currently works as a nanny in Chapel Hill while attending school to become a dental hygienist.

Meredith Blum

Blum joined Triangle in 2009 and has been an assistant coach of 13 Black and 13 White, and most recently head coach of 14 Silver. In 2010 she served as head coach at The Montessori School of Raleigh. Blum is a licensed massage therapist who completed her degree in exercise and sports science with a concentration in health and wellness at Meredith College in December 2010. Blum played high school volleyball at Green Hope High School in Cary and club at CCVC. She was also a member of the NC State rowing team for three years (top 10 ranking at collegiate nationals all three years). This fall Blum became the varsity head coach at Millbrook High School in Raleigh. She lives in Raleigh with her husband, Greg, and her two amazing daughters, Adalynn and Emery.

Sarah Brandon

Brandon, originally from Roxboro, joined Triangle in 2014. She attended and played volleyball at Meredith College majoring in exercise and sports science. She has served as an assistant coach of 12 Silver and 13 Silver. Brandon played at Person High School where she earned all-conference honors as a senior, and for Jammers Volleyball Club. Her coaching experience includes the NC Elite Locals Only program during 2013-2014 and the Person County Recreation Volleyball program in 2012.

Robin Bugg

Bugg brings a tremendous amount of playing and coaching experience to Triangle. She has over 20 years of coaching experience at the middle school, high school, club, and collegiate levels. She has served as head coach of high school programs in Texas, Utah, and West Virginia, and has 16 years of club coaching experience. In 2014 Bugg was named USA Volleyball Outstanding Female Coach. Bugg has served as the head coach of 18 Black and 17 Black. Her 2010 18 Black team became the first team from North Carolina to “double-qualify” in 18 Open at USAV Junior Nationals; she led them to victory at the Lone Star Classic and a T-15 finish at Junior Nationals. In 2011 she led 18 Black to a third-place finish at the Big South Qualifier, qualifying in Open for the second consecutive year. In 2011 18 Black finished 13th at USAV Junior Nationals – the highest finish in the Open Division of any North Carolina team in history. In 2012 Bugg led 17 Black to qualify in Open at the Lone Star Classic by placing third in the tournament. This was the first ever Open bid at the 17s age group in Triangle history.

From 1992-2000 Bugg served as co-director and head coach of the North Dallas Juniors Volleyball Association. During her time with North Dallas she helped over 80 student-athletes earn athletic scholarships and won several North Texas Region and Tour of Texas championships. Bugg has made 13 trips to the USAV Junior National Championships as a coach.

As a middle blocker and three-time team captain at the University of Tennessee (1980-1983), Bugg led her team to two SEC championships and three ninth place national finishes in the NCAA tournament. The three-time All-SEC selection still holds several records at her alma mater, including career aces, career blocks, and most blocks in a match. Bugg was inducted into the Lady Vol Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005.

Madison Bunting

Bunting, who graduated from Hoggard High School in Wilmington and now attends NC State, joined Triangle in 2017. Her playing experience includes club volleyball for St. Louis CYC, Cape Fear Volleyball Club, and NC Elite Coastal. She played one year at Randolph College before deciding to transfer to NC State and pursue a degree in statistics. While in high school Bunting helped coach middle school volleyball.

Elizabeth "Liz" Burke

Burke moved to Raleigh and joined Triangle in 2015, and she is currently working at Fidelity Investments as a software engineer. Originally from Roanoke, Virginia, and a graduate of Virginia Tech, Burke played at Hidden Valley High School and club throughout her high school career. She continues to play in adult leagues in the Raleigh area, both indoor and outdoor. Burke's coaching experience includes both middle school and high school volleyball camps. At Triangle, Burke has served as an assistant coach in the 13s age group.

Paige [Pridgeon] Buzogany

Buzogany is originally from Tallahassee, Florida, and began playing volleyball at the age of 8. Buzogany played outside hitter at Lincoln High School where she earned all-state second team honors her sophomore, junior, and senior years. She was selected as the Big Bend Player of the Year for Lincoln High School and played club for both Tallahassee Juniors and North Florida Volleyball Association. Upon graduation in 2009 Buzogany was recruited to the University of North Florida for indoor and beach volleyball. She was named 2009 Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year and earned All-Atlantic Sun Conference Second Team honors her sophomore and junior years. Buzogany's stellar senior year landed her First-Team All-Atlantic Sun honors, and she became the third player in UNF history to achieve 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in her career. On the sand Buzogany was a member of a UNF pairing that was one of the few teams invited to compete in the AVCA Sand Volleyball Championships in 2013. She graduated UNF in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in communications/public relations.

After graduation Buzogany coached at her prep alma mater for three years while also starting their first beach program. During that time she was also a head coach at Prostyle Volleyball Academy. In 2015 Buzogany was hired as the assistant indoor and head beach volleyball coach at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. Pridgeon married Charlie Buzogany in the summer of 2017, when the couple moved to Raleigh.

Charlie Buzogany

Buzogany is originally from Chicago and moved to Raleigh in August 2017 from Macon, Georgia. Buzogany began playing volleyball at 13 on his middle school team. He played all four years at Buffalo Grove High School as an outside hitter. His junior and senior year Buzogany was named all-conference and all-area. His performance during his senior year garnered him all-state recognition. Buzogany also played club at both Side-Out Volleyball Association and Rolling Thunder Volleyball Club.

After graduating high school Buzogany attended Appalachian State University where he was vice president and a player/coach of the men’s club team. Buzogany continues to play in both grass and indoor tournaments around the Southeast.

Buzogany began coaching summer camps after high school and served as the volunteer assistant coach of Appalachian State for four years. During that time his primary roles included practice player and blocking/defense instructor. Buzogany is a 2010 AVCA Coaches-4-Coaches Scholarship award winner that provides resources for educating promising up-and-coming collegiate coaches. During the summer Buzogany worked camps at numerous colleges including Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, and Florida. After graduating from Appalachian State with a bachelor's degree in physical education and health, Buzogany was hired at the University of North Florida as the assistant indoor coach and director of sand volleyball operations. During that time he also coached with Jacksonville Juniors. Buzogany left college coaching in 2013 and moved to Tallahassee where he became the training director at Prostyle Volleyball Club. He also coached the 15-1 team to qualification for USAV Junior Nationals in the American Division by winning the Disney Volleyball Showcase.

Buzogany and his wife, Paige, moved to Raleigh in 2017 where he accepted a teaching position at East Wake Middle School.