Triangle Club Leadership

Triangle Volleyball Club was founded in 2002 by three professional educators, who had experience and success as collegiate-level players and coaches. Since that time Triangle has assembled and maintained an administrative team of volleyball professionals that are considered among the best in the country. Located on site in Triangle's gym at the Wake Competition Center, Triangle's administrative team is actively engaged with our members, families and guests. An esteemed Board of Directors [found under the About Us tab] is comprised of volleyball and business professionals from within the Triangle community and beyond. The Board of Directors is charged with ensuring organizational and financial stability, sustainability, and continuity of mission and operations.

Sherry Fadool

President | Executive Director

Fadool has served as Triangle’s Executive Director since July, 2011 after serving as Associate Director. Fadool began volunteering with Triangle in 2006 to provide marketing and operations support for Triangle’s newly commissioned Globe Center facility. Fadool’s focus on compliance, governance, and operational excellence provided the stability and structure needed to manage Triangle’s unprecedented growth from 2006-2010. She was hired as Triangle’s Director of Business Operations in 2007 and promoted to Associate Director in 2009. In 2013 Fadool led the expansion of Triangle’s Globe Center facility from four to seven courts allowing for significant team and program expansion. Fadool's boldest move was committing to be the first tenant in the newly established Wake Competition Center in Morrisville. In January, 2019 Triangle realized a long-term goal of having their own designed-to-suit facility. With over 46,000 square feet housing 8 oversized indoor courts, administrative offices, classroom, strength and conditioning space, full staff facilities, and 3 competition outdoor beach courts, Triangle's WCC facility is considered among the best in the Southeast. These accomplishments combined with her innovative approach to organizational development and business operations have helped distinguish Triangle as a market leader in youth sports.

Fadool has been instrumental in the development and implementation of Triangle’s extensive year-round slate of volleyball training. Her strength in strategic marketing management has played a key role in Triangle’s emergence as one of the premier clubs in the nation. Fadool has contributed to the comprehensiveness of Triangle’s club-wide training program by leading several injury prevention initiatives including the installation of an orthopedic subfloor, incorporation of the PowerCore 360™ hitting curriculum, and development of Triangle’s physical therapy interface with Trinity Wellness Center. These efforts to advance safety in sport led to Triangle receiving the 2018 National Council of Youth Sports S.T.R.I.V.E. award.

In 2009, Fadool planned and executed on an eight-week time frame MAPL Raleigh, a 12-court convention center tournament which was the first-ever such event in Raleigh. In 2016 Triangle added the City of Oaks Challenge, a three-day event at the RCC over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend. The ongoing success of MAPL Raleigh and the introduction of City of Oaks Challenge has firmly established Triangle’s reputation among city leaders and the local business community as a respected contributor to downtown economic growth. These contributions are among those which led to Fadool’s selection in 2014 as a recipient of USA Volleyball’s Robert L. Lindsay Meritorious Service Award. Her contributions and that of Triangle to the economic development of downtown Raleigh were recognized in 2016 when Fadool received the most prestigious honor from the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, the Thad Eure, Jr. Memorial award which recognizes an individual or group who has made significant contributions to Wake County's hospitality industry.

Fadool was elected to the Junior Volleyball Association's [JVA] Board of Directors in 2015 and currently serves on the Executive Board as Secretary. Fadool has presented multiple times at the AVCA annual conference and has participated in multiple webinars for the JVA.

Fadool holds a B.S. in Chemistry from Central Michigan and a M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University. She has over 20 years of leadership experience in community organizations and the not-for-profit industry. Sherry and her husband, John, live in Raleigh. They have two adult children, Jeff and Michelle [Triangle Class of 2010].


  • Junior Club Readiness in the COVID-19 Era | Getting Back to the Gym Safely & Responsibly, JVA webinar [May, 2020] with Steve Sack [ Michigan Elite] and Gabe Aramian [A5]
  • Strategies for Managing the Coach-Parent Relationship, 2015 AVCA Convention for JVA with Jodi Schramm [Premier VBC] and Deb Grafentin [The Volleyball Academy, TVA]
  • Gaining a Competitive Advantage with a Consistent and Comprehensive Player Development Process, 2011 AVCA Convention with Mike Schall [Triangle]
  • Foundations of a Junior Volleyball Club, Part I and II, JVA Webinar [2010] with Casey Caram [Triangle]
  • 2016 recipient of the Thad Eure, Jr. Memorial Award from the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • 2016 recipient of the JVA Above & Beyond award
  • 2014 recipient of USA Volleyball's Robert L. Lindsay Meritorious Service Award
  • AVCA Club Awards Committee Chairperson, 2016-2018

Jenna Hinton

Senior Director

Hinton brings over 20 years of teaching and coaching experience to Triangle at the middle and high school, club, and collegiate levels.

Hinton created, developed, and directs Triangle’s tremendously successful Youth Volleyball Program (YVP). Her club teams have earned regional championships in 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2011. They have qualified for USAV Junior Nationals in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 (top 10 finish), and 2011. In 2008 15 Black became the first 15s team in the history of the Carolina Region to qualify in Open for USAV Junior Nationals. In 2013 Hinton received the USA Volleyball Junior Club Director Award in recognition for her contributions to the growth and development of sitting volleyball in the Carolina Region. In addition to this honor, that same year she was a presenting speaker at the USA Paralympic Conference held annually at the USA Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In 2013 Hinton also collaborated with a local Paralympic sport club (Bridge II Sports) and the Duke University School of Engineering on a project that led to the design, development, and production of a sitting volleyball chair that enables people with physical disabilities to play the sport of sitting volleyball. Hinton is a 2008 recipient of the Robert L. Lindsey Meritorious Service Award for her outstanding contributions to North Carolina volleyball, and she was the inaugural recipient of 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. In 2018 Hinton was selected by the American Volleyball Coaches Association as the 12s Club Coach of the Year.

Hinton is a certified USAV CAP II level coach and served for many years as a IMPACT instructor for the region. Hinton also serves as the sitting volleyball coordinator for Triangle.

For the past 5 seasons, she has been at the helm of 12 Black while serving as the Master coach for the 12U program. The Triangle 12U program grew to over 70 athletes in 2018, forming 7 teams, the largest 12U group in Triangle history. In 2018, Hinton was the recipient of the American Volleyball Coach's Association 12U National Coach of the Year Award. 


  • Honored in 2021 with the JVA Junior Club Service Award
  • Hinton serves as the Master coach for the 12U program at Triangle and was named the American Volleyball Coach's Association 12U National Coach of the Year in 2018.
  • Recipient of the 2013 USA Volleyball's Ourstanding Club Director of the Year.
  • Led her Triangle club teams to four [4] regional championships and six [6] USAV Junior National qualifications.
  • Guided her 2008 15 Black team to the first 15 Open bid in the history of the Carolina Region.
  • Earned the 2008 Robert L. Lindsey Meritorious Service Award for her outstanding contributions to North Carolina volleyball.

Logan Barber

Assistant Director | Boys

Barber joined Triangle in 2006 and has coached in the 13s, 14s, 15s, 16s, and 18s age groups. Highlights of his previous seasons include multiple trips to USAV Junior Nationals, a Carolina Region championship, five gold finishes at national qualifiers (including 16 Blue's top five finish at the Big South Qualifier and Lone Star Classic in 2014), and three second-place finishes at MAPL events. In addition to team coaching, Barber leads many camps and clinics at Triangle and at various colleges and universities. Barber also is the head coach for Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh and led the Crusaders to state championships in 3A in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014, and in 4A in 2015. In 2012 Barber 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.

Barber’s contributions have been instrumental to the success of some large projects at Triangle, including MAPL Raleigh, City of Oaks, Score the Floor, and the 2013 gym expansion. Originally from Greensboro, Barber has lived in Raleigh since he attended NC State where he graduated in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in creative writing. He also played for the NC State men's club team. He currently resides in Raleigh with his wife, Logan, and his twin boys Isaac and Beckett. 


  • Named a 2019 Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coach National Award Winner
  • Barber led 2018 Triangle 18 Blue to a third-place finish at the Northeast Qualifier to qualify in the USA Division
  • Guided Cardinal Gibbons High School to six [6] NCHSAA State Championships since 2010
  • Coached 2014 Triangle 16 Blue to top-five finishes at Big South Qualifier and Lone Star Classic

Steven Abbott

Assistant Director

Abbott is a Raleigh native and a graduate of Sanderson High school. He attended Liberty University, where he was a member of the men's volleyball club from 2011-2014 as a DS/Libero. Abbott began his coaching career as a volunteer coach with Heart of Virginia volleyball club with the 15's national team. Abbott spent 3 years as the varsity head coach at Trinity Academy of Raleigh and is currently the Varsity Head Coach at Millbrook High School. During his time at Triangle he has served as an assistant and head coach with the 12s, 15s, 16s and 17s age group. Abbott has also worked as a resource coach for both the boys' and girls' club programs.

"I coach at Triangle because it's a place where I feel at home. The administration and other coaches care about people on a personal level and they are willing to do whatever they can to help you be successful. Triangle's mission of developing the whole person creates a gym full of athletes that are not just great volleyball players, but great people who are a pleasure to coach." 

Abbott currently resides in Raleigh 

Katie McCullough '15

Assistant Director

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. McCullough, an outside hitter, was part of Triangle’s 18 Blue team who in 2015 ‘double qualified’ for USAV nationals by finishing third in the USA division at Big South and going on to win the USA division championship at Disney Volleyball Showcase (aka Sunshine Qualifier). When all was said in done, 18 Blue ended their season ranked among the top 100 18s teams in the country.

McCullough went on to have a successful collegiate career at UNC-Wilmington. As a freshman she played in 25 matches finishing with 149 kills and helped the Seahawks earn a berth in the NCAA Division I tournament. Her junior year McCullough transitioned to libero and her senior year she was named CAA Defensive Player-of-the-Week and set a school record with 4.51 digs per set. She remains sixth on UNC-W’s all-time digs list with 1,138.

McCullough’s success followed her to the sand where she represented the Seahawks all four years on the beach. She played in every dual match during her four-year career and was named UNC-W’s Defensive Beach Player-of-the-Year in 2017. With 50 dual victories during her beach career, McCullough ranks first all-time for wins for the Seahawks.

After graduating UNC-W with a Bachelors of Science with a concentration in finance in 2019, McCullough attended Tusculum University where she served as the Graduate Assistant Beach Coach while pursuing her Master’s degree in Sports Administration (August, 2020).

Tammi Fries

Assistant Director | Recruiting Coordinator

Fries (pronounced "freeze") is a North Carolina native originally from Winnabow and has nine years experience at the NCAA Division I and II levels as an associate head coach, assistant coach and recruiting coordinator.

Fries (Batson) was an opposite hitter and four-year letter winner for Campbell University's Fighting Camels. She was voted MVP in 2002 and served as team co-captain in 2003. She earned academic all-conference honors all four years, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Upon graduation Fries attended University of Florida where she earned a master's degree in sport management while also teaching volleyball physical education classes to undergraduate students. While in Gainesville she coached both club (Gainesville Juniors) and high school (Buchholz HS) volleyball and also served as an operations intern for the Florida Gators women's volleyball team in Spring 2006.

Fries began her collegiate coaching career at East Tennessee State (ETSU) serving as both an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for five years. In 2010, Fries was instrumental in the Buccaneers 26-9 season which landed them in the A-Sun Conference tournament championship. Her recruiting efforts on behalf of the Buccanneers saw the 2010 ETSU Recruiting Class earning honorable mention among top recruiting classes.

From ETSU Fries went to Southern Illinois (Carbondale) where she served one year as an assistant coach before returning to North Carolina to serve as the assistant coach at Queens University of Charlotte. During her tenure at Queens she coached Triangle alum Elizabeth Bialkowski '12 and was promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2013. In 2013 Fries received AVCA's prestigious "Thirty under 30" award recognizing up and coming coaching talent at all levels in the sport. Fries served terms on AVCA's Assistant Coaches Committee and Division II subcommittee and was a member of the JVA subcommittee.

Most recently, Fries served her alma mater as Campbell's Director of Annual Giving in the Institutional Advancement department and as a volunteer assistant for Campbell's Women's Volleyball program. She and her husband Jared, live in Coats, NC with their two daughters Layla and Abigail.


  • Fries was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s “Thirty Under 30” award, which recognizes up-and-coming coaching talent at all levels of the sport. (2013)
  • At ETSU, Fries served as Recruiting Coordinator when ETSU's 2010 recruiting class was named honorable mention "Top College Recruiting Classes" by
  • Fries helped lead the Royals to a 17-11 record in their first season in the South Atlantic Conference making program history with its first NCAA Tournament appearance. (2013)


  • Campbell University - Volunteer Assistant, 5 seasons (ending Fall 2021)
  • Queens University of Charlotte - Associate Head Coach (3 seasons)
  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale - Assistant Volleyball Coach (1 season)
  • East Tennessee State University - Assistant Volleyball Coach (5 seasons)
  • University of Florida - Operations Intern (1 season)


  • Triangle Volleyball Club - Head and Assistant Coach (14s)
  • Carolina Peak Volleyball Academy (Charlotte) - Club Director, 2 seasons
  • Kingsport Volleyball Club (Kingsport, TN) - Head Coach, 10-13s (5 seasons)
  • Gainesville Juniors (Gainesville, FL) - Head Coach, 16-17s (2 seasons)


  • MS Sports Management (University of Florida)
  • BS Athletic Training (Campbell University)



Mary Ann Enzweiler  -  Board of Directors - Secretary

MBA-Finance, Certified Public Accountant
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors Mary Ann serves as the Finance Director for Triangle Volleyball Club. Mary Ann and her husband were the chairpersons for the Cardinal Gibbons Annual Fund Drive –’09-10 and  she currently serves as the Alumni Parent Chair of the same fund. The Enzweilers have four children, Tara (Class of 2006, University of Notre Dame), Thomas, Matthew and Luke.
Board Member since 2008