Stinson completed her second season as the head coach for the University of Dallas women's soccer team. Her team returned to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Tournament for the first time since 2015 as the sixth seed. Dallas pulled out an upset over third-seeded Texas Lutheran University in a 2-2 draw that was decided 5-3 on penalty kicks.
For Stinson, Elisa Druan and May Lien Le were named to the 2018 SCAC All-Tournament Team. The duo also notched SCAC All-Conference honors and USCAA All-Americans. Monica O'Donnell and Olivia Severson joined the two with all-conference awards, while O'Donnell and Katia Guzman were also selected All-Americans.
Under Stinson's watch, the Crusaders have placed seven players on all-conference teams.
Stinson previously spent 2016 as an assistant coach with LeTourneau University before being hired in December, 2016 at Dallas for her first head coaching position.
Stinson played soccer at Hardin-Simmons University from 2012-15. A graduate in December, 2015, Stinson earned a Bachelor of Behavioral Science with a major in Criminal Justice and minor in Forensic Studies.
As a goalie for the Cowgirls, Stinson earned three NSCAA All-Regions, four ASC All-Conferences, 2015 ASC Goalkeeper of the Year, 2015 Academic All-ASC, and 2014 ASC All-Tournament Team.
Stinson is currently pursuing a Master of Psychology at LeTourneau and is projected to graduate in December, 2017.