Martine Fortune
Forward

Martine Fortune

#44

Forward

Year Senior
Hometown Philadelphia, Pa.
Last School The Shipley School
Height 6-3
Position Forward
Martine Fortune

Biography

2016-17 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2017-18 ACC Academic Honor Roll

2017-18: Saw action in 11 contests…Pulled down a rebound in season-opener at App State (11/10)…Came off the bench to post four points and five rebounds against SC State (11/12)…Saw eight minutes of playing time against Kennesaw State (11/15) and finished with a bucket and rebound…Saw three minutes of playing time against UT Arlington (12/10) and posted a block against the Lady Mavericks…Played two minutes in win over Charleston Southern (12/19) and pulled down a rebound…Saw two minutes of playing time in win over Clemson (12/31) and recorded a shot…Pulled down a rebound in WNIT opener against Bethune-Cookman (3/15)…Took the floor for eight minutes in Tech’s WNIT contest against UAB (3/18) and posted four rebounds and two points.

2016-17 (Sophomore): Took the floor in 10 contests … Opened season playing eight minutes against Samford (11/11) … Played a season-high 10 minutes against Alabama State (11/13), pulling down two rebounds and hitting a free throw … Saw seven minutes of playing time against Georgia State (12/3) and hit a field goal.

2015-16 (True Freshman): Appeared in 13 games, making two starts … Averaged 1.8 points and 2.4 rebounds in 7.2 minutes … Made Tech debut against Loyola Chicago (Nov. 13), scoring two points with one rebound in three minutes … Played 18 minutes against Southeastern Louisiana (Nov. 18) … Scored season-best 10 points with season-best 10 rebounds vs. Lions … Made first career start vs. Alabama State (Nov. 24), scoring four points with four rebounds in season-best 19 minutes … Also started against High Point (Nov. 27) … Played in four ACC games.

Prep: Ranked as one of top-60 recruits in 2015 recruiting class by All Star Girls Report, No. 56, and BlueStar Basketball, No. 59 … JumpOffPlus tabbed her as the No. 66 player in country … Prospects Nation ranked her as No. 12 post player and No. 68 player overall in class of 2015 with four-star rating … ESPNW marked her as No. 17 post player and gave three stars … The Collegiate Girls Basketball Report tabbed her as number No. 239 player in class of 2015 and 36th post player … Started at center and played in all 27 games in 2013-14 at The Shipley School … As junior, averaged 8.6 points per game, 8.4 rebounds per game and 2.3 blocks per game … Led team in rebounding and in blocks while recording 55 percent shooting percentage … Recorded six double-doubles as junior and had 11 games where she pulled down at least 10 rebounds … Named to all-league first team and honored on All-Mainline second team … The Shipley School was ranked as number 11 girls’ basketball program in Pennsylvania by Max Preps … Aided The Shipley School in going 22-5 overall and recording undefeated record, 8-0, in conference play … Named to All-Mainline team … As freshman, aided The Shipley School in winning 2011-12 Independent State Basketball Tournament … Named to Friends School All-League First Team, Second Team and Honorable Mention throughout high school career … Had a part in The Shipley School winning Friends League championship three-straight seasons and back-to-back Pennsylvania Independent School State Championships … Played for both Kevin Costello and Alex Lennon at The Shipley School … Played club ball for NYC Gauchos from 2010-12 … During 2013 season, played for ISAA, an AAU travel team based in Philadelphia and coached by Yolanda Laney and played AAU for Exodus NYC for coach Thomas Davis … Helped Philly Belles take third place in Nike Nationals and was named defensive player of the game in All-City Classic in 2013 … Was also appointed MVP of Make-A-Wish game against Archbishop Carroll.

Personal: Born on Nov. 26, 1996 and is the daughter of Thierry and Karen Fortune … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academic reputation, to play in the ACC and the caliber of players on the team … Intends to major in literature, media and communication at Georgia Tech.

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