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Tracey Stellato

Head Coach
Skills Trainer
Speed, Strength, & Agility Program Lead Trainer

Coach Tracey Stellato has been with the Texas LoneStar family since 2015. As a NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist, Stellato is also the lead trainer for our Speed, Strength and Agility program. Her coaching resume is extensive with over 15 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level, as well as high school coaching experience on both the boy’s and girl’s side. 


Stellato currently serves as the head girls’ basketball coach and program director at All Saints Episcopal School in Ft. Worth. Prior to joining the All Saint's staff, she served as the head women's basketball coach at Panola College, a NJCAA Division I junior college program, located in Carthage, Texas. Panola competed in the perennially tough Region 14 conference of the NJCAA. While there, Stellato was instrumental in helping over 60 student-athletes receive basketball scholarships at four-year universities after their playing career at Panola. Stellato placed 24 athletes at NCAA Division I universities; 9 at NCAA Division II colleges and universities; 20 at NAIA Division I schools; 4 at NCAA Division III universities; and 5 student athletes transferred on academic scholarships to their respective schools. Stellato produced 16 All-Conference players; 9 All Region athletes, 2 NJCAA All-Americans; 3 NJCAA Academic All-Americans, 15 Academic All-Conference selections and 10 Phi Theta Kappa members. The 2011-12 team was named to the NJCAA Academic Teams of the Year list. Stellato was named the 2005 NJCAA Region K Coach of the Year, as well as the Region 14 Coach of the Year, after her team’s run to the NJCAA national tournament in Salina, KS and a school record 29 wins. Her teams got it done on the hardwood and in the classroom.

Tracey began her coaching career at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, TX in 1997. From 1997-2000, she served as Michael Landers top assistant. The Lady Tigers posted 75 teams wins in 3 seasons, qualified for four national tournaments, capturing one conference championship; 2 division championships and 2 region championships. Stellato was promoted to the head position in spring 2000. In her first collegiate season as a head coach, Stellato led her team to a 20-9 record and finished runners-up at the NCCAA National Tournament. The Lady Tigers were also the American Southwest East Division Runners-Up and the NCCAA Central Region Champions.


Stellato’s playing career had two stops: NCAA Division I University of Texas-San Antonio and NAIA Division I LeTourneau University. Stellato transferred to LeTourneau after two seasons as the starting point guard at UTSA. While at LeTourneau, Stellato played in 4 national tournaments, capturing the NCCAA Division I national championship her senior season. Stellato was named an NAIA Division I All-American. She was named the Player of the Year in the NCCAA, as well as earning Most Valuable Player honors in the 1997 NCCAA National Tournament. She was named to the All-Conference squads in the Big State Conference, as well as the Academic All-Conference teams and the Big State Conference MVP in 1997. She was named the 1996 Scholar Athlete at LeTourneau and was inducted into the Golden Key Honor Society in 1997. Stellato was voted into the LeTourneau University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004 after a two year playing career that produced the school’s first national championship in women’s basketball.


She holds a Masters of Education degree in Exercise Science and Kinesiology from Stephen F. Austin State University. Her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science is from LeTourneau University, where she graduated summa cum laude. She is a NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist, a NASM correct exercise specialist and a FMS Level 1 specialist, and an AHA Basic Life Support instructor.

Tracey Stellato
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