Every other year Triangle partners with Courts for Kids [C4K] on a mission trip meant for cultural exchange and to build a multi-functional outdoor cement court with the community. This is Triangle's third such mission trip; the first two were to Ciudad Neily, Costa Rica and Guayajayuco, Dominican Republic in 2014 and 2016 respectively. This year a group comprised of student-athletes and staff will head to Chalhuapuquio, Peru.
In January, sophomore through senior Triangle athletes will be presented with the details of trip, submit their applications and will begin their preparation. Athletes will fundraise to cover at least 1/2 of their trip costs while also sharing with the Triangle community the many things they learn about the community in which they will live while on the trip. Anticipated trip dates: July 10-19. Details TBD.
Just released are Triangle's slate of open-to-the-public Fall 2017 programs:
- YVP (Youth) (beginners)
- Classic Camps & Clinics (intermediate)
- Xtreme Camps & Clinics (advanced)
- AP Groups (college-preparatory level)
- Powercore 360 Hitting Clinic
- Triangle Setting Academy
- League Play - Junior League and the NEW Minor League
In addition Triangle has released preliminary 2018 Club Tryout Information which includes:
- Tryout Dates for the 2018 Club Season
- Parent Information Sessions
and our Free Fall Programming - Open Gyms and annual Open House, the perfect opportunity to learn more about Triangle.
Don't miss all the opportunities this Fall to learn how Triangle "BUILDS FEARLESS COMPETITORS"
[authored by Triangle's Associate Director, Mike Schall]
Coach Dunning recently announced his retirement from Stanford University after thirty-two years of collegiate coaching. Coach Dunning has five national championships to his credit; the most recent being Stanford's historic win in December, 2016.
Coach Dunning is part of The Art of Coaching Volleyball coaching cadre who presented a two-day workshop at UNC. After the conclusion of his clinic, Coach Dunning extended his stay in North Carolina and joined Triangle for two days of practices and learning sessions for parents, players and coaches.
During his time at Triangle Coach Dunning sat with coaches and administrators for a lunch and learn discussion on culture, education and the future of volleyball. He also held a coaches clinic and parent/player session discussing the importance of teamwork, support and effort within the game. On the second day of his visit, Coach Dunning joined groups 1 and 2 for practice - kicking off practice with a discussion on attitude, hard work and making good choices. He lead the teams in setters training and competitive drills.
We would like to thank Coach Dunning for sharing his time, insight and wisdom with our club and families.