2015-16: BIG EAST All-Academic
2016-17: Started off her season with seven points and six rebounds against Longwood (11/11)...Scored nine points and collected four rebounds against Western Illinois (12/2)
2015-16: Stole a career-high of 3 basketballs at Green Bay (11/13)...Had a career-high of 10 rebounds at Northern Kentucky (11/21) and Wisconsin (12/6)...Scored 10 points at Milwaukee (12/22)...Recorded her first career double-double with 11 pts/11 rebs in 26 minutes vs. Providence (1/22)
2014-15: Scored two points in her Marquette debut against Green Bay (11/15) ... Added two points and two rebounds against Loyola (11/17) ... Scored four points and grabbed two rebounds in 11 minutes of action against South Dakota (11/30) ... Played a season high 30 minutes and scored 11 points, while grabbing nine rebounds vs. Northern Kentuck (12/15) ... Tallied seven rebounds vs. DePaul (1/9) ... Brought down 10 rebounds for the Eagles against St. John's (2/13) ... Had seven rebounds, six points, and shot three for four from the free throw line while challenging Seton Hall (3/8).
Prior to Marquette: Played four years under coaches Tara Ministro and Dave Maxin at St. Roch Catholic Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario, Canada ... Was named MVP every season and was named Senior Girls Athlete of the Year in 2014 ... Helped her team to a Tier II Junior Girls Championship in 2011 and a Tier II Senior Girls Championship in 2014 ... Valentine also was a member of the Canadian Women's U19 3x3 team that finished second at the FIBA Americas Championship in Washington, D.C., and ninth in the Worlds Championship in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Personal: Daughter of Donna Gayle-Valentine and Philip Valentine ... Has one sibling, Shanice (21) ... Plans to major in Criminology and Law Studies.
MU Tops No. 19/18 DePaul in OT, 102-101
Marquette Travels to No. 19/18 DePaul on Saturday
Yentz Selected to BIG EAST Honor Roll
Marquette Defeats Butler 91-53
Marquette Hosts Butler Sunday on FS1
Golden Eagles Trounce Xavier, 85-61
Marquette Hosts Xavier on Friday
MU Hangs on for 83-77 Win at Seton Hall