A three-sport athlete at the College, Rebecca Orr (Allentown, PA--William Allen) first excelled in field hockey. Prior to enrolling at F&M, she was selected to A-Level Camp from the Olympic Development Camps, the highest possible level before inclusion on the US National Team. As a freshman, she led the team in assists with ten to earn All-MAC honorable mention and All-NCAA Tournament honors as she helped the Diplomats to third place in the 1983 NCAA Championships.
She was named the team MVP as a senior and earned All-MAC first team honors as a junior and senior as the Diplomats won the ECAC title in 1985. In the spring of 1987, after playing three years of lacrosse, she went out for the softball team, earning Most Valuable Player honors by leading the team in runs (19), batting average (.450), RBIs (19) and doubles (6).