Rebekah Prince earned four letters as a member of the swimming team, for whom she served as a team captain her final two seasons.
Prince was tabbed the team’s Most Valuable Swimmer each of her four seasons and she was named to the First Team All-ODAC squad following every season. Additionally, she was named the ODAC Swimmer of the Year after her freshman, junior and senior seasons and she helped lead the Generals to the ODAC title following her final three seasons.
An NCAA Division III Championship qualifier in the 100 back, 200 back and 200 IM in each of her four seasons, Prince garnered All-America laurels a total of 12 times over her career. At the time of her induction to the W&L Athletic Hall of Fame, her All-America citations still rank as the most of any W&L women’s swimming athlete in school history.
Prince earned First Team All-America accolades in the 200 back four times and was a first team honoree in the 100 back as a freshman in 1993. She was a four-time honorable mention honoree in the 200 IM and a three-time honorable mention selection in the 100 back.
Prince graduated as the school record holder in the 100 back (59.66), 200 back (2:07.67) and 200 IM (2:12.60). Her 200 back time stood as the record for 12 years, while her 100 back and 200 IM records stood for 16 seasons.