Coach Stallcup was born in Fort Worth and grew up in Keller, TX. She graduated from Keller HS in 2011. She received an academic and athletic scholarship to play Division 1 soccer at the University of North Texas, where she played all 4 years. In 2011 and 2012, the Mean Green Women's Soccer team was named the Sunbelt Regular Season Conference Champions and were the Sunbelt Conference Tournament Champions in 2012. In 2014, the Mean Green were named the Conference USA Regular Season Champions. She graduated from UNT in the spring of 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, graduating Cum Laude.
Coach Stallcup began her teaching career at Kennedale HS in 2015. During her first year as varsity assistant soccer coach, the team won their second back-to-back UIL 4A State Championship and was named the TASCO Girls 4A Assistant Coach of the Year in 2016 and 2017. She spent the next 4 years teaching and coaching at Brewer HS, becoming the Head Coach of the program in 2019.
Coach Stallcup is currently working to obtain her "D Course" Coaches License with U.S. Soccer. She is committed to build a program that develops student-athletes into successful young adults.
When not working, Coach Stallcup enjoys being a food connoisseur, playing indoor and outdoor soccer, attending concerts, participating in various races, and spending time with family and friends.