Outstanding performances in USAV National Qualifying events resulted in Triangle securing six (6) bids to USAV Girls' Junior National Championship. Triangle teams earning bids and the bid level (Open > USA > Liberty > American) include:
- 18 Black - 18 OPEN
- 18 Blue - 18 USA
- 17 Black - 17 OPEN
- 17 Blue - USA
- 16 Black - 16 OPEN
- 15 Black - 15 OPEN
Both 18 Black and 18 Blue competed in the USAV 18s Girls' Junior Nationals in Columbus, Ohio on April 21-23. In a stellar run, Triangle 18 Black earned an overall 13th place finish in a packed field made up of 36 of the nation's best teams. The 15-17s age levels will compete in their USAV Junior National Championship in Chicago later this summer.
The Open division is the most competitive and prestigious division of USA Volleyball and Triangle leads North Carolina having earned 27 of the total 40 Open bids ever awarded to North Carolina teams.
April 1, 2023 | Triangle Summer Camps have officially opened for registration. Triangle is the premier destination to “Change Your Game” this summer. From the beginner to the advanced level player, Triangle offers exceptional training rooted in the same championship techniques that makes Triangle the top club in the Carolina’s and among the top 50 in the country (US Club Rankings).
From foundational All Skills to middle/high school prep to the Xtreme>SP>AP* progression and Powercore 360*, Triangle’s training best prepares athletes to compete at the next level.
About 80% of our products are loaded and open for registration including our most popular. Coming May 1st will be additional PowerCore 360 opportunities, Select and Advanced Placement (both invite only) positional training, and our unique Collegiate College Camps where college coaches from across the country teach and train our athletes using their vast experience.
Our camps have minimum enrollment and we our final check on enrollment is done 3-5 days in advance of the camp. REGISTER EARLY as we have limited spots in our camps and many will fill early.
We look forward to seeing you at Triangle this summer!!!
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At the final qualifier of Triangle's competitive season, Triangle 16 Black and 17 Blue, secured the highly sought after bids to USAV Girls' Junior National Championships in Chicago this summer.
Triangle 16 Black competed in the 16 Open division which is the most competitive division in junior club volleyball. In day one pool play, 16 Black defeated Michio Chicago 16 National to remain in the top half of the draw. On day two, wins over Michigan Elite and Rockwood Thunder guaranteed 16 Black Gold pool placement and the coveted Open bid to USAV nationals. In Gold pool play on day three, 16 Black defeated previously Open-qualified Wave 16-Kevin to finish overall tied for 5th.
Triangle 17 Blue competed in the 17 USA division. With a second place pool finish on day one they remained in the top half. After a tough day two pool, they competed in a challenge match where they defeated Southwest 17 Dan. Day three placed 17 Blue in a sixteen team Gold bracket and a face-off against day two spoiler Michio Chicago 17 National. 17 Blue advanced with a three-set win to play Jax Skyline 17 Royal in what turned out to be a three-set thriller (25-19, 23-25, 15-13). Next up was Pittsburgh Elite whom 17 Blue defeated in straight sets. 17 Blue was defeated in the 17 USA division championship taking second place overall and earning a 17 USA bid to Junior Nationals.
It was a strong qualifier season for Triangle earning bids in the following USAV Girls' divisions:
- 18 OPEN - Triangle 18 Black
- 17 OPEN - Triangle 17 Black
- 16 OPEN - Triangle 16 Black
- 18 USA - Triangle 18 Blue
- 17 USA - Triangle 17 Blue
- 15 NATIONAL - Triangle 15 Black*
*Bid earned via points by the Carolina Region (awaiting USAV At-Large Open review)
02.05.23 | Columbus, Ohio
With a 5th place finish and overall 5-3 record, Triangle 18 Black captured the prized Open division bid to USAV Girls' Junior Nationals. The bid was secured after the team went undefeated in day 1 pool play and followed up on day 2 with a critcal victory over perennial powerhouse, 1st Alliance (Chicago). The team landed in a must win 5th place face off o day 3 against North Carolina opponent Carolina Union VBC (Charlotte). Triangle defeated CUVC 18 Titan in straight sets (25-17, 25-23) to secure one of only 36 Open bids to the national championship event held in Columbus April 28-30.
The members of 18 Black are:
- Jordyn Dailey, Senior, NC Academy for Learning (committed to Kentucky)
- Hannah Kohn, Senior, Durham Academy
- Olivia Kohn, Senior, Durham Academy
- Cameron LLoyd, Senior, Cedar Ridge HS (committed to Bucknell)
- Avery Markham, Senior, Apex Friendship HS (committed to Northern Alabama)
- Taylor McNear, Senior, Green Hope HS (committed to Appalachian State)
- Avery Scoggins, Junior, Middle Creek HS (committed to Arizona)
- Riley Tucker, Senior, Ronald Reagan HS (committed to Bucknell)
- Helen Wilford, Senior, J. H. Rose HS (committed to Bowling Green State)
- Practice player: Alayah Robertston, Senior, Cleveland HS (committed to Converse College)
1.9.2023 | The end of an era has come to pass for UNC Women's Volleyball with the retirement of Coach Joe Sagula after 33 years at the helm. Coach Sagula has been a pillar in our sport serving in leadership roles at the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and on Triangle's Board of Directors since 2008. His life's work in this game has positively impacted junior club volleyball and collegiate volleyball for decades.
Coach Sagula plans to continue actively serving on Triangle's Board of Directors. Thank you Coach!
January 14-16, 2023 | Triangle will host over 200 junior girls and boys teams to the Raleigh Convention Center and Triangle's Wake Competition Center facility. The eighth annual City of Oaks Challenge will have athletes ranging from age 10 through 18s and bring teams from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Delaware and is the premier MLK Jr. Weekend event in North Carolina.
The City of Oaks Challenge is supported by the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance and estimated to bring over $3.6M in economic impact to Wake County.