Coaching Staff

Kayla Lane

Lane, a current freshman and member of the volleyball team at Meredith College, is joining the Triangle staff for the 2019 season. A graduate of Swansboro High School in Swansboro, NC, Lane was a member of the Varsity volleyball team and very active in academic activities. On the club side, Lane was named MVP of her team at Twin Rivers Volleyball Club back to back seasons, and received the accolade again during her senior campaign with NC Coastal. Lane is majoring in Interior Design and Business at Meredith and has a passion for service, which she will continue with Triangle. 

Mallory Lewis

Lewis, who hails from South Carolina, comes to the Triangle area to work as a registered nurse at Duke University Hospital. She was born and raised on Hilton Head Island, where she played school and club volleyball. Lewis competed for the Hilton Head Blacktips and for LowCountry Volleyball out of Bluffton, SC as a middle blocker and outside/opposite. During her senior year of high school, she was selected to play in the 3A South Carolina Coaches Association of Women's Sports (CAWS) All Star Game. She also competed in various doubles sand volleyball tournaments during high school. Lewis recieved her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from USC Columbia - Beaufort.


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.

Hailey Long '19

Long returns to Triangle as a coaching staff member starting with the 2020 club season, following a standout club career as an athlete at Triangle. She lettered four years at Person High School in Roxboro, NC and was named All-Conference, Mid-State All-Tournament, and News & Observer All-Metro while playing for the Rockets. Long was named the 2018 conference tournament MVP and earned a Maxpreps/AVCA and NCHSAA Player of the Week selection. In addition to her outstanding play on court, Long's leadership was integral to the Rockets and she served as a team captain for three seasons.

Long's career at Triangle spanned six years, where she honed her skills at the setter position. She was a three-time honoree of Triangle Team Award and helped lead her 16 Blue team to qualify in the USA Division in 2017.

Long has continued her playing career at Meredith College, where she is playing primarily as an attacker for the Avenging Angels. She has posted 10+ kills in four matches and hit .250 or better in eight matches during the 2019 collegiate season.

Heather Lowell

Heather is originally from San Jose, CA having moved to the triangle area to attend Duke University’s Physician Assistant program. Lowell attended the highly regarded Archbishop Mitty HS where she played varsity three of four years and helped her team win the California State Championship her senior year. She played at Vision Volleyball Club beginning as a middle schooler and started her coaching career at Vision VBC in the summers. After high school she attended Loyola Marymount University where she played club level volleyball. She graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Sciences and a minor in Psychology.

Lowell has been spent nearly every summer since 2009 coaching volleyball. She’s worked with athletes at Archbishop Mitty HS, Santa Clara University and spent one summer directing the outdoor summer program for US Youth Volleyball League (USYVL).

Lowell lives in Durham and will begin pursuing her PA degree at Duke in August 2019.