Restino (formerly Edwards) had a stellar three-year Triangle career, playing on 18 Black as a junior and a senior. After graduating high school Restino attended Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania. During her four-year collegiate career Restino amassed numerous records and accolades including PSAC Eastern Division Player of the Year, PSAC Fall Top 10, three-time AVCA All-Region, three-time Academic All District honors, Daktronics All-America Third Team, AVCA DII Honorable Mention All-American, and Capitol One Academic All-American First Team her senior year. She holds the single season kills record for Shippensburg and was ranked 12th in NCAA DII with a 4.23 kills/set average. Restino is among just five Raiders in school history to accumulate at least 1,000 career digs and is second in the PSAC in career kills (2,062). Restino graduated in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in supply chain management.
Restino was a member of Triangle 18 Black in 2010 when they "double-qualified" in Open for USAV Junior Nationals with a second-place finish at the Mideast Qualifier and winning the championship at the Lone Star Classic. During her Triangle tenure she served as a student apprentice coach and worked numerous camps and clinics. Restino previously coached three seasons of 18s at Revolution Volleyball Club in Pennsylvania and has been a resource coach since re-joining Triangle's staff in 2014.
Restino currently lives in Apex with her husband, Chris, and works at Bandwidth as a supply chain analyst.
Rosser (formerly Mangum) joined the Triangle coaching staff in 2012. During her time at Triangle she has worked with 17 Blue, 18 black, 15 Blue, and currently serves as the head coach of 15 Black. Rosser earned her B.A. in English Communications from the University of Mount Olive.
A four-year starting middle blocker and a three-time all-conference selection, Rosser helped lead Mount Olive to its 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 and had the top hitting percentage when she graduated. 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 (Junior) 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.
Rousseau, a former Triangle player (2010-2012) and member of Wakefield High School’s 2013 NCHSAA state championship team, returns to Triangle to continue to pursue her love of volleyball.
Rousseau was a four-year middle blocker at Radford University. She earned Big South All-Conference Second Team and VaSID All-State Second Team honors her sophomore year. Rousseau was a key contributor to Radford's 2017 Big South Conference Championship season and the Highlanders NIT sweet 16 run made in her senior year. Her career at Radford has Rousseau standing third in school history in block assists and fifth in total number of blocks.
Also at Radford, Rousseau was active in the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee becoming president her junior year. Her leadership led to her being nominated by Radford’s Senior Women Administrators to participate in the NCAA/Women Leaders in College Sports Women's Leadership Symposium. The symposium is developed for women aspiring to or just beginning a career in intercollegiate athletics.
While at Radford, Rousseau coached in clinics and summer camps. She also volunteered as an assistant in her spring season of her senior year with the women’s varsity team.
Rousseau graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor’s in Business Marketing and lives in Raleigh.
Rudd joined Triangle in 2016 and hails from New Jersey where she began playing volleyball at a young age. She was a varsity setter for her high school beginning her sophomore year and served as captain her senior year. Rudd also played for DIGS volleyball club throughout her middle and high school years. After high school graduation she attended James Madison University where she remained active playing in both indoor and sand leagues. Rudd graduated from JMU with a bachelor's degree in organizational communication studies. She currently resides in Raleigh and is serving as the JV coach at Ravenscroft.