|High School:||La Costa Canyon HS|
CAL STATE FULLERTON
2003 (JUNIOR): Earned All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention honors for the Titans, appearing in 16 matches and making 15 starts took nine shots on the season anchored a defense which allowed only 23 goals - the second-fewest goals allowed in school history.
2002 (SOPHOMORE): Valentine was one of three players to start all 18 matches for the Titans despite playing with an ankle injury for the better part of the year named to the All-Big West honorable mention team helped anchor a Titan defense which set a school record for the second consecutive season for goals allowed (21) notched her first collegiate point with an assist in a victory over Pacific notched her first career goal in a 4-1 win over Idaho also had an assist against Long Beach State tied for 10th on the team with four points.
2001 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 16 matches on the year for the Titans, starting 14 of those did not score from the defensive back line, but did end up taking seven shots on the year earned All-Big West second team honors as a member of one of the stingiest defenses in school history.
LA COSTA CANYON HS
Four-year soccer letterwinner at La Costa Canyon for head coach Mike Nicholson earned Best Defense and first-team All-Avocado League honors in her freshman season and was named team MVP as a sophomore.
Born March 11, 1983, in San Diego, Calif. mother is Paula Valentine has two brothers Tom (24) and John Michael (6) she is an undecided major at Cal State Fullerton, but hopes to become a sports psychologist, coach or a teacher chose Fullerton because of the "great location, great athletics and great school" one of Valentine's distant relatives is infamous Wild West gunslinger John Henry "Doc" Holliday lists her favorite sports moment as winning the Youth National Championships in the summer of 2000 played club soccer for the San Diego Surf spent the summer of 2001 playing in the Snickers Youth National Championships in Orlando, Fla., helping lead the Surf to a second-place finish enjoys coaching girls soccer in her spare time.