Caroline Enloe

Staff Member Since: 

Caroline Enloe returns to Triangle where she played her 16s year. Enloe started playing volleyball competitively in 7th grade, having played in local rec leagues since 3rd grade. She attended Middle Creek High School, and played all four years at the setting position and served as co-captain her senior year. While at Triangle, Enloe earned her team Triangle Award for her work ethic and for embracing the priorities of Triangle’s mission. She was a member of the first Triangle Serves team in 2014 who went on a 10-day mission trip to Costa Rica. The trip, one of two Triangle athlete’s participated in, worked to assist a community in building their own outdoor court that could withstand the intense rainfall they receive.

After sustaining a knee injury in high school that would restrict her from playing at the club level, Enloe began coaching at Triangle in the Youth Volleyball Program. She later became an assistant coach for 11 Blue for both the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Additionally, Enloe has worked countless camps at Triangle at all age-levels for many years.

Enloe graduated magna cum laude in 2020 from Tufts University in Massachusetts with a double major in Sociology and Political Science. She has returned back to North Carolina and is working for the NC General Assembly.