Coaching Staff

Kyle Lewis

Lewis, originally from Florida, joined Triangle in 2015. He was a high school volleyball player for four years and won a state championship in 2003 and then went on to earn a scholarship and play for Mount Olive College as a middle blocker. While at Mount Olive Lewis earned a bachelor's degree in accounting and business administration and management, and then went on to get a master's degree in accounting from NC State and obtained his CPA license. He currently works as a controller for Durham Academy where he assists with the girls volleyball program.  

Beverly Lineberger

Lineberger, a North Carolina volleyball mainstay, achieved tremendous success while serving as head coach at Apex High School for 11 years and at Peace College for two years. While leading the Apex program she was awarded Tri-7 Coach of the Year in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2006, and led her team to the 4A state semifinals in 2001 and 2005. During her two years at Peace she guided the Pacer program to its best season since joining the NCAA in 2002.

Lineberger organized and ran with great success the Cary Parks and Recreation volleyball skills sessions, summer camps, and league program from 1996-2012. She graduated in 1995 from NC State and received her bachelor's degree in science education and biological science. She and her husband, Brent, run their own tree care and mobile crane service. They reside in Raleigh with their two children, Brayden and Bella Grace. Lineberger joined Triangle in 2009 and has served as the head coach of 13 Blue. In 2014 Lineberger 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.

Christina Lingley '06

Lingley (formerly Falcone), a Duke graduate and four-year member of the Blue Devils volleyball team (co-captain her senior year), has been working Triangle camps and serving as a lead instructor in the Triangle Setting Academy since joining the Triangle staff in 2010. She has served as a head coach in the 13s and 16s age groups and as an assistant coach in the 17s and 18s age groups. In 2013 Lingley helped guide 18 Black to qualify in Open for USAV Junior Nationals. As a player at Triangle, Lingley was named a finalist for the 2005 Andi Collins Award (awarded to the nation's top senior setter), led 18 Black to victory in 18 Open at the 2006 Big South Qualifier and was named an AAU All-American in 2005 when her 17 Black team placed third at AAU Junior Nationals. In high school Lingley holds career assists (2,310) and aces (214) records at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh where she also earned three state championships and championship MVP honors in 2005. She previously served as director of volleyball operations for Duke. Lingley is currently a customer success manager at Teamworks.

Karlie Long

Long joined Triangle in 2013 when she moved to Raleigh to attend and play volleyball at Meredith College. The Roxboro native played for Triangle through her 17s season. Her 17 Black team qualified in Open for USAV Junior Nationals. At Person High School in Roxboro, Long was named all-conference from 2011-2013 and was selected as team captain for three seasons.

Long had a storied career for the Meredith Avenging Angels, including USA South Volleyball Rookie of the Year, four-time all-conference and all-academic, and all-region recognition. In 2014 Long was named AVCA Honorable Mention All-American, the first player from Meredith to earn such an honor. In 2016 she led Meredith to the program's first-ever USA South Volleyball Tournament Championship and NCAA Division III tournament appearance. She holds the record at Meredith for career kills with 1,536, stands in the top five in nine other statistical categories, and ranks within the top 10 in two other categories. In 2017 Long was nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year.

Long graduated from Meredith in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in accounting.

Rebecca Love

Love is a native of Mouth Pleasant and currently a teacher and the head coach at Holly Grove Middle School. She began playing volleyball in 7th grade, and played for her school and the Carolina Storm Volleyball Club through her senior year in high school. Love went on to earn a degree in education from NC State and was a member of the women's club team until an injury forced her to retire after two years. Along with coaching in middle school, she has worked numerous camps and clinics throughout her high school and college careers.