Stephanie Paloscio

Varsity Coach

Stephanie grew up on Long Island, NY, where she attended and played both Lacrosse and Soccer at Saint Anthony’s High School. She was a four-year letter winner, guiding the Friars lacrosse team to a 62-10 overall record, scoring 28 goals and 26 assists in my senior season when the team went 16-1. St. Anthony's ranked No. 1 on Long Island and has been nationally a top-10 team and they won four Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) league championships. In her HS playing career, she was nominated to the all-league team, was an Underarmour all-academic honoree, named St. Anthony's Athlete of the Year and earned the 2010 Dellecave Award presented by the Suffolk Hall of Fame and Newsday. I played club lacrosse for the Long Island Yellow Jackets and later for the Long Island Express. She was also an all-league player on St. Anthony'ss soccer team winning four CHSAA league championships.

She recently graduated from Princeton University, with a degree in Psychology. During her lacrosse tenure at Princeton, they went to the Ivy League Championship all four years, winning the title 3 out of 4 years and getting a bid to the NCAA Championships each year. In 2014 they made it to the Elite 8 in the tournament. As an attacker, that year she finished 4th on the team in scoring and led the juniors in points with 41 on 21 goals and 20 assists ... added 15 ground balls, 10 draws and two caused turnovers. She enjoyed playing collegiate sports so much that she walked onto the soccer team her junior year and played two successful seasons as well.

Her favorite sports are lacrosse, soccer, and basketball. She also loves watching hockey (Go New York Rangers!!) She hope to make a difference working in the non-profit sector here in the Dallas area.  She moved here in June she she luckily got placed here through Teach for America.  She is most excited about bringing her knowledge and expereince in the sport of lacrosse to the girls of North Texas and is looking forard to being a part of the Frisco Fury family. 


Jordan Little

J/V Coach


Jordan was born and raised in Frisco, TX, where she attended Frisco High School. She played soccer and ran cross country through the school. She was a four-year letter winner as a goalie for soccer as well as earning Captain and Honorable Mention in her senior year. In her high school years, she didn’t pick up a stick until just before her junior year. Frisco hadn’t solidified their team yet, so she played as an attacker for Plano Premier. In her junior year, the team claimed the title of runners-up at State. By her senior year, Jordan was named Captain of her lacrosse team in addition to her soccer team and earned Academic All State.




Jordan recently graduated from Southwestern University (Georgetown, TX) with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Paideia Distinction. She began her lacrosse career as an attacker for the Pirates, but was moved into the cage her sophomore year due to injuries to both current goalies. She finished her career as the starting and sole goalie of the program. She was one of three inaugural captains in the Pirates’ fourth established season. She led the team to 7-9, 8-8, and 7-7 seasons in her time in the cage. She is the only Southwestern goalie to have also scored goals. In her time at Southwestern, she achieved the following awards: Director of Athletics Academic Excellence Award (Fall ’15, Spring ’16, Fall ’16, Spring ’17), Dean’s List (Fall ’15, Spring ’16, Fall ’16, Spring ’17), Independent Teams Academic Honor Roll (Spring ’17), Chi Alpha Sigma (Spring ’17), Pirate Anchor Award Nominee (Spring ’17), IWLCA Academic Honor Roll (Spring ’17). 


Since graduation, Jordan has been enjoying some time off. She spends an abundant amount of time volunteering for and maintaining leadership roles in her church, Genesis Metro. She upholds leadership roles in the children’s ministry, youth ministry, and college ministry. When she’s not on the field or at church, she can be found in a number of places working on what comes next!


  High School Age level coordinator

Born and raised in a big family on the Jersey Shore,  Mary attended Mater Dei High School in New Monmouth, NJ.   She received her BA in Literature from the University of Dallas where she was a member of the inaugural Lady Crusaders Basketball team.  Mary and her husband John have lived in Frisco since 1998. They have three children and have been active volunteers for their children’s pursuits in education, music, faith and athletics.  Their youngest daughter, Eva, has been playing lacrosse in Frisco since fourth grade  and is currently on the Fury HS Varsity team.  The Bickels both have great memories from their own time playing team sports, and want  to help create positive sports experiences for our kids.