Britt Prince Nebraska Coaches
Britt Prince

Honors & Awards

  • Jersey Mike's Naismith Trophy Girl's High School Midseason Team (1 of 25, 2024)
  • Naismith All-American (Honorable Mention, 2024)
  • MaxPreps All-American (Honorable Mention, 2024)
  • Adidas All-American (2023)
  • MaxPreps Junior All-American (Second Team, 2023)
  • Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year (2023, 2024)
  • Nebraska MaxPreps Player of the Year (2023, 2024)
  • No. 16 Recruit in the Nation (Prospects Nation, 2024)
  • No. 28 Recruit in the Nation (ESPN, 2024)
  • Two-Time First-Team All-Nebraska (Omaha World-Herald, 2023, 2024)
  • Two-Time First-Team Nebraska Super-State (Lincoln Journal Star, 2023, 2024)
  • Four-Time All-Nebraska (2021, 2022, 2023, 2024)
  • Four-Time Super-State (2021, 2022, 2023, 2024)
  • Six-Time Nebraska State Track Gold Medalist (2021, 2022, 2024)
  • Two-Time Nebraska State Track Silver Medalist (2021, 2022)

Outlook (2024-25)
Five-star recruit Britt Prince headlines Nebraska's 2024-25 freshman class after capturing back-to-back Nebraska High School Player-of-the-Year honors from both Gatorade and MaxPreps in 2023 and 2024. Prince, who led Elkhorn North High School to four consecutive Nebraska Class B state championships while playing for her mother and head coach,  Ann Prince, was an honorable-mention All-American by both the Naismith Trophy and MaxPreps as a senior. She was the No. 16 recruit by Prospects Nation and No. 28 by ESPN before signing her National Letter of Intent with the Huskers on Nov. 8, 2023.

Prince closed her high school career with a Nebraska Class B record 2,491 points, which ranks No. 2 across all classes in state history. She capped her career with 17 points and 12 rebounds in a low-scoring 49-47 championship game victory over Omaha Skutt, which came after producing a triple-double with 21 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in a semifinal victory over Beatrice. Prince scored a career-high 42 points in the 2023-24 season opener, before tying her school record with 42 points in a 71-53 win over No. 2 Skutt (Jan. 6) to become the Class B all-time scoring leader, surpassing Husker first-team All-American Jordan Hooper's previous mark (2,078). The next day, the Huskers retired Hooper's No. 35 jersey.

An outstanding all-around athlete, Prince was also a six-time Nebraska gold medalist at the Class B state track meet, specializing in the 400 and 800 meters.

Nebraska Coach Amy Williams said Prince would be a special addition to the Husker program.

“Britt is an extremely gifted athlete and when you partner that with an intense passion for basketball, a work ethic that is unmatched, high character, and a winning mindset, the result is something special," Williams said. "It has been amazing to watch Britt utilize her unique talents to accomplish so much already in her basketball journey, and we cannot wait for that to continue into her college career here as a Husker. Britt’s decision to stay home and represent her home state says a lot about Husker Nation and how special it is to play for Nebraska.”

High School
Prince produced one of the best senior seasons in Nebraska high school history, averaging 27.0 points, 10.3 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 2.9 steals to capture her second straight Nebraska High School Player-of-the-Year honors from both Gatorade and MaxPreps in 2024. She led the state in both scoring and assists as a senior. Prince closed her career with a Nebraska Class B scoring record of 2,491 career points, surpassing previous record-holder Jordan Hooper, who was a first-team All-American at Nebraska in 2014, after a standout prep career at Alliance High School. Prince's 2,491 points rank No. 2 all-time across all classes in state high school history. Prince also totaled 271 career points at the state tournament, matching Hooper for second on the state tournament scoring list.

Prince averaged 24.2 points, 8.6 rebounds and 6.2 assists while hitting 59 percent of her shots from the floor, including 46 percent of her three-pointers, and 92 percent of her free throws as a junior at Elkhorn North in 2022-23 to earn her first state player of the year awards.

Prince is a four-time Super State and All-Nebraska selection while leading the Wolves to four consecutive Class B state championships. At the 2023 state tournament, Prince totaled 84 points on 29-of-40 shooting, including 10-of-14 from long range. She was also a perfect 16-for-16 at the free throw line. During the regular season, Prince recorded a triple-double with 33 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a win over Hastings.

She averaged 23.4 points per game as a freshman and 24.1 points per game as a sophomore.

A talented all-around athlete, the 5-11 Prince finished fifth at the state cross country championships as a freshman, before winning state titles as a member of Elkhorn North's 4x400 relay team on the track as a freshman, sophomore and senior. She ran a personal-best time of 56.55 in the 400 in 2024. Prince also won state gold in the 800-meter run as a sophomore, after taking silver in the event as a freshman. As a senior at the state championships in 2024, she ran a personal-best time of 2:16.62 in the 800 to finish fifth. She added relay golds in the 4x800 relay as a sophomore and senior after taking silver as a freshman.

The daughter of Mark and Ann Prince, Britt was born May 17, 2005, in Fremont, Neb. She has an older brother, Mack. An Academic All-State selection in both cross country and basketball in 2023, Prince is a member of National Honor Society and the Honor Roll at Elkhorn North.

She chose Nebraska over Louisville, Iowa, Oregon, Michigan, Indiana, Kansas, Oklahoma, Marquette, Illinois, North Carolina, Florida, Creighton and UCLA.

"I chose Nebraska because I have grown up a Husker fan and I have dreamed about playing for Nebraska ever since I was a little kid," Prince said. "I believe the program is headed in a great direction and I have developed great relationships with both the players and coaches."