|High School:||Kamehameha Kapalama HS|
Making the switch to the dark jersey as the Tigers' starting libero, Torres made an immediate impact defensively for Pacific as she posted 489 digs and a 4.22 digs per game average in her third season of action. Showing her athleticism immediately, Rebekah made her mark defensively for the Tigers most notably at the Bankers Classic where she earned all-tournament honors. In the championship match, Torres posted 24 digs, two off of her career high of 26 set against No. 23 LSU to start the year. She finished the year with nine 20+ dig efforts while failing to reach double digits in digs just three times in 30 matchs. In addition to her defense, Torres added a little offense to Pacific's totals with 22 service aces while also posting 97 assists and 10 total kills.
In just her second season of action, Rebekah emerged on the outside for the Tigers as a reliable offensive weapon attacking from both the front and back row. For the year, Torres started all 28 matches for the Tigers and saw action in all 107 sets. She finished third on the team in attacking as she posted 278 kills by averaging 2.60 kills per set. Additionally, Torres added offense from behind the service line with 28 aces, also third best on the team. Defensively, the sophomore posted 227 digs and 35 blocks as she finished the year with 327.5 points. In the first tournament of the year, Torres took home the Fresno State Invitational MVP after posting 46 kills and a .301 hitting percentage in the three match tournament. Additionally, Torres tallied 23 digs including a 10 dig performance against UW-Green Bay, which gave the sophomore her first career double-double. She later added all-tournament honors at the Miami Best Western Invitational as one of three Tigers to garner all-tournament recognition.
The lone freshman to see action in 2008, Rebekah played in 13 matches for the Tigers in her first season of work. On the court, Torres provided a change of pace for the Tigers on the outside while showing glimpses of what was in store for Pacific in the future. In limited action, Rebekah posted 12 kills on the year in 38 swings while also adding three total blocks and 21 digs defensively. During the spring of 2008, Torres was instrumental in Pacific's title run at the 2009 Big West Beach Championships in Long Beach, Calif.
Rebekah graduated from Kamehameha-Kapalama High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, in 2008. She led the Warriors to three Hawaii High School Athletic Association Division I State Championships. During the 2007 season, Torres and the Warriors finished the season with a 36-2 record, defeating Iolani in two straight sets and reaching a ranking as high as fourth in the nation. Rebekah earned a spot on the All-ILH (Interscholastic League of Honolulu) First Team in 2005, 2006 and 2007. As a freshman, Torres earned All-ILH Second Team honors. As a senior, Torres was named to the 2007 HHSAA Girls' Volleyball Championships All-Tournament Team. At the club level Rebekah played for the `Imi `Ike team. During the 2005 Junior Olympics, Rebekah was named Best Attacker.
Rebekah Torres is the daughter of Clint and Kapua Torres. She has two siblings, Natasha and Clint Jr. Rebekah is the second cousin of USA Women's Indoor Volleyball Olympian, Logan Tom. In her fourth year at Pacific, Rebekah is majoring in sport pedagogy.