Triangle Coaching Staff
At Triangle, we seek to hire "good people first" who share a love for the game of volleyball and a passionate desire to invest in young people as they work to realize their athletic potential.
Triangle also believes strongly in creating an environment where everyone, from any background, can passionately celebrate sport and help young people develop. We seek and support diversity and recognize diversity as an asset for our culture, coaching staff, and athletes.
We are excited to introduce the 90+ talented and dedicated coaching staff who have committed to serving our mission and athletes.
Among them you will find...
- 48 current or former NCAA athletes, including 27 former Division I athletes.
- 11 former or current college coaches.
- 22 Triangle alumni/former players.
- 16 current middle (1) and high school (15) coaches.
- 11 coaches who have coached AND qualified at the Open level
AND a coaching slate who have collectively earned...
- 30 high school state championship titles.
- 46 total bids to USAV Junior Nationals, including 23 Open-level qualifications.
Maine joins Triangle starting with the 2020 season and brings several years of playing and coaching experience to the Triangle gym. She has served as a head coach, assistant coach and resource coach, including four years of club coaching experience after stops at Set Point in Winston-Salem, ECJVC, and most recently at NC KAT.READ MORE
Mainwaring joined Triangle in 2012. She graduated from Elon University with a bachelor's degree in sport and event management in 2016, and while at Elon she was a three-year member of the club volleyball program, serving as the club’s vice president in her senior year. In the fall of 2012 Mainwaring was a defensive specialist at William Peace University and helped lead the team to one of its most successful seasons. While in high school she was a four-year varsity member, three-year starter, two-year captain, and two-year all-conference member at East Chapel Hill High School.READ MORE
Davene joined Triangle in 2012 with a wealth of volleyball coaching experience. She first coached club when the juniors level was initially introduced in the Carolina Region. Her club coaching experience includes Durham Juniors, Cary YMCA Boys, SpikeForce, CCVC, TCA, NC Elite, and Triangle.READ MORE
Mangosing was born in San Diego and raised in Virginia Beach, VA where she played club at Coastal Virginia Volleyball Club. As a libero at Ocean Lakes High School, Mangosing helped the Dolphins to the State 6A semifinals twice, including a finals appearance her senior season. She was named team Defensive MVP her senior season and set the school record with 493 digs. Mangosing was also a First-team All-State, All-Region and All-Conference selection.READ MORE
Bruna is originally from Brazil and moved to Apex where she played and was the captain of the varsity volleyball team at Apex High School. She was a member of USAV and an active club player in the Carolina Region throughout High School. She was recruited to NC State as a Libero and Setter where she played one season before opting to play NCSU Club Volleyball. She has remained active in volleyball, both coaching and playing, since college.READ MORE
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Marsh (formerly Hall), a North Carolina native, joined Triangle in 2014. She has served as head coach of 13 White and 13 Silver for numerous years. She has also been an assistant coach in the 12s and 13s age groups. She played libero at South Granville High School and competed in club for several years, finishing her career with Jammers Volleyball Club. Marsh played intramural indoor and beach at NC State while earning degrees in sport management and business marketing. She graduated in 2011 and is currently the marketing coordinator at PNC Arena.READ MORE
Martin is originally from Dallas where she played club (setter) for Skyline Juniors and helped lead Skyline 16 Black to a USA division National Championship in 2015. She played for Waxahachie HS where she produced 695 kills, 847 assists, 126 aces and 91 blocks in her three-year varsity career. Martin was recruited to East Carolina University and earned Freshman of the Year honors (2017) for the American Athletic Conference and All-AAC Second Team honors both her Freshman and Sophomore seasons.READ MORE
Originally from Pennsylvania, May joined the Triangle coaching staff in 2014. She was a high school, club, and collegiate player in the greater Philadelphia area, and was libero and captain for Franklin & Marshall College from 2008-2012. May has both high school and club coaching experience in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, having worked with players from 10 to 18 years old. Since starting at Triangle, May has been the head coach of 15 Steel and 15 Silver, assistant for 16 White, resource coach for 13 Blue, and one of the leads for Triangle's Youth Volleyball Program (YVP).READ MORE
Katie McCullough '15
McCullough (fondly referred to as "Katie Mac") is a Triangle alumnae having played in Triangle blue for 5 years beginning at 14s through her senior year. McCullough was a two-sport athlete in high school finding success both on the volleyball court and the soccer field.READ MORE
McGuire hails from Northern California and played for Saint Francis High School. As a two-year letter winner at Saint Francis, McGuire guided her team to the Division II state championship, Norcal championship, CCS championship and West Catholic League championship in 2010. They repeated the CCS championship in 2011. McGuire played club beginning at 9 years of age and played at the setter position for the renowned Vision Volleyball Club.READ MORE
McManus, originally from Raleigh, brings considerable club coaching experience to Triangle. She played as a setter/opposite in both club and high school at Garner Senior High School. She earned all-conference honors during her junior and senior season and was named conference player of the year her senior year. As a club player she helped her team win a Carolina Region championship and earn a bid to USAV Junior Nationals. She attended St. Andrews Presbyterian College where she was a four-year starting right side player.READ MORE