Colby Rosser

Assistant Director
Staff Member Since: 
2012

Rosser (formerly Mangum) joined the Triangle coaching staff in 2012. During her time at Triangle she has predominiantly worked with high school age athletes in both an assistant and head coaching role. She currently serves as the head coach of 15 Black. Rosser earned her B.A. in English Communications from the University of Mount Olive where she was a four-year starting Middle Blocker. During her time at Mount Olive, Rosser was a three-time All Conference recipient and helped to lead her team to their first and second NCAA tournament appearances in 2004 and 2005. The 2005 team set school records for best overall (28-8, .772) and conference (19-1, .950) winning percentage. 

Rosser remains the Trojans' all-time career blocks leader (744) as well as holding the record for season hitting percentage (.408).  She continues to hold the school record for most kills in a match without an error.

Before taking over as head coach at Mount Olive, Rosser spent two years as head women's volleyball coach and compliance officer at Louisburg College. In her two years at Louisburg, she guided the team to its first winning seasons and highest regional finish since 2008. 

Rosser served as head varsity and junior varsity coach at Southern Wayne High School, leading the varsity team to three consecutive state tournament appearances. Rosser was co-founder of Eastern Elite Volleyball Club in Goldsboro, as well as head coach of the 18's national team.

In June of 2018, Rosser joined the Triangle administrative team as an Assistant Director.