Girls Lacrosse Club of Frisco is a non-profit, recreational program for girls in Kindergarten - 12th grades. Our teams play as the Frisco Fury and we focus on development of the team player including sportsmanship. Spring is our active season and fall is



Pam (Sagehorn) Henry

GLCOF Program Director & Varsity Coach


Pam Henry, a native of Bridgewater, New Jersey, has enjoyed Texas for a number of years now. She is very excited to continue to coach beginner to top-level athletes who play for the Fury. Most recently she worked as Program Director and Varsity Coach for McKinney Girls Lacrosse. In 2016, her first year with McKinney, she led the varsity team to the district playoffs and quarterfinals at the TGHSLL State Tournament. The team became the 2018 DI Aggieland Champions in 2018. In 2021, Coach Pam led the varsity team to the DII District and State title. She currently coaches the 2023 team for Grit Lacrosse. 

Pam graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University (NJ), where she was a two-sport athlete in both Lacrosse and Basketball. Through her college playing years she received various awards including, rookie of the year 02', all-conference 04', MVP 05', lead scorer 04' and 05', and had the honor of team-captain in 05'.

After graduation, Pam coached both lacrosse and basketball in New Jersey. She coached basketball at Drew University and both lacrosse and basketball at North Brunswick High School where she was named high school lacrosse coach of the year two consecutive seasons. Upon moving to Texas, she coached Varsity & JV for Allen High School and led the team to the semi-finals in districts and the state tournament. 

Pam was the Program Director and a coach with Sentry Lacrosse, which was a private club team in Dallas. While she worked with Sentry, she became the program director and coach of the Varsity, JV and 7/8 grade teams at Highland Park for two years. She then took on the Program Director/coach role of Chaos Lacrosse, which is a travel club team for talented lacrosse athletes in North Texas. Some of our current high school players may also recognize Coach Pam from her time as the Youth Girls Director of the Frisco Lacrosse Association. 


Amy Fortney

Assistant Program Director & HS Coach


Amy Fortney joins the Frisco Fury family in June 2021 after finishing her sixth year with the Plano Premier Girls Lacrosse program. As the program director and head varsity coach, she led the team to the TGHSLL state tournament four times from 2015-2019. The Plano Premier Varsity team went to district and state semifinals in 2016, was the North District Championship runner up and a state semifinalist in 2017, had the program's most successful year in 2018 and then made the Texas State tournament again in 2019. The 2018 team finished second in the North District and second in the state of Texas. Amy is also a coach for GRIT Lacrosse in Dallas, where she coaches the 2023 and 2027 teams. 

Prior to moving to Texas, she coached at East Ridge High School in Woodbury, Minnesota, where she started the program and led the team to the District Finals in its inaugural year in 2012 and again in 2013. While in Minnesota, she coached for MN Elite, the premier girls club program in Minnesota. 

Amy also coached at the St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, FL from 2007-2011, and also spent a year at The Godolphin School in Salisbury, England working as a lacrosse coach and physical education teacher.

Amy is a Syracuse, NY native and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Kansas in 2002 before obtaining her master's degree in education in 2005 from Kansas. Amy came to Texas to work at Southern Methodist University as the academic counselor for the men’s basketball team. She made a career change to teaching in 2016 and is now the special education department head at Plano Senior High School in Plano.