2024 Officer Election Results Announced

The Carolina Region is pleased to announce the results of the 2024 Carolina Region Board of Director Officer elections.  Each team rep in the Carolina Region was eligible to vote for the President, Treasurer, and Secretary positions on the Board of Directors.  An electronic ballot was sent to all team reps on April 8, 2024 and was open through the Annual Meeting on May 13, 2024.  These officers will serve through the 2027 Annual Meeting.

The Official Election Results can be viewed at this page.

PRESIDENT - Doug Balser:


Doug is the current Director of Champion Volleyball Club in Winston-Salem and is also a History teacher and the head coach at Reagan High School.  Doug founded Champion Volleyball Club in 2007 with one team and has grown the program over the past 17 years, and now fields over 30 teams.  The club has added camps and clinics, a growing Beach program and an intramural program over the past couple of years, enabling them to reach well over 500 players yearly around the Triad. 

He has currently completed his 8th season at Reagan High school, where his teams have captured 6 conference championships, and four trips to the 4A Final four and one trip to the State Championship game.  During the 2022 season, he surpassed 500 wins, and was named the 4A Volleyball State Coach of the Year.  He has also coached the Reagan Beach team, highlighted by several conference championships and an appearance in the 2021 state championship match.  Prior to his time at Reagan, he coached at South Stokes High School, High Point Christian Academy, and First Assembly Christian School, where he was an inaugural member of the schools Athletic Hall of Fame.  

He is committed to the growth and development of volleyball in North Carolina.  He has been an active member of the Carolina Region Board for several years.  During his time on the Board he has served as the Youth & Junior Girls Rep and Treasurer.

TREASURER - Rob Boggs:


Rob’s volleyball background is a long and varied one spanning 40 years.  He started off playing with the UNC Chapel Club team and then played with various teams in Greensboro participating in 2 National championships as a player.  He is a retired USAV National Referee.  He still officiates and trains up and coming officials.  His officiating career also spans into the NCAA, where he is a PAVO certified National Referee and National Line Judge. He officiates various D1, DII and DIII conferences.  He has been lucky enough to travel the country working at various tournaments and matches.  He volunteers with Special Olympics as part of the Volleyball Sports Development Team and also the Wounded Warrior Sitting Volleyball. He is a graduate of UNC-CH with a BS in Business Administration. He also has a certificate of study in Accounting from Guilford College.  He served the Carolina Region as its Treasurer for 4 years in the mid-1990s. He received the USAV Meritorious Service award from the Carolina Region in 1988.

Rob wants to use his 40-year experiences to help the Region grow and expand.

SECRETARY - Chuck Morris:


Chuck’s involvement with the Carolina Region spans over three decades. He has seen many changes in the game and is learning to adapt to all those changes.

Chuck started Rockingham County Men’s Volleyball Club in 1983 as a player/coach. He joined Triad Volleyball Club (Eventually morphed in to Set Point Volleyball Club) in 1985 and coached there for 19 wonderful years. He left Set Point in 2015 thinking his coaching career had ended, but alas that was not the case. One of Set Points players was a student at Mt Airy High School, and she talked him in to taking over as the Head Coach at Mt Airy. Mt Airy only had one feeder Middle School, so he started Granite City Volleyball Club to help bring along players who would eventually end up at Mt Airy. Six years later, he resigned from Mt Airy and Granite City and once again thought his coaching career had ended. After sitting out the next USAV season, he was approached to take up coaching again and have thoroughly enjoyed the last four seasons of coaching. 

Over that 3+ decades in the Carolina Region, he have been officiating the game at multiple levels. He has officiated in High School, USAV and NCAA (with a short stint in the ACC). He is currently a Referee and Scoring Clinician for the Region and runs several Tournaments each season.