Hidalgo, a forward, played on the two winningest women's soccer teams in PCC's intercollegiate history in the sport, dating back to 1998. In 2000 as a freshman, she scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0, SoCal Playoff upset over Santa Ana. The team's 16 wins remains a school record, matched again in her sophomore year of 2001. She he led the Lancers in scoring with 24 goals and again kicked in the winner in a 2-1 upset playoff over Rio Hondo. Those two wins remain through 2017 as the last two playoff victories in PCC women's soccer history (the other 1999). Hidalgo finished as the school's third all-time leading scorer (37 goals, 9 assists) and was named NSCAA All-American. The 2-time, All-South Coast Conference First Teamer went on to lead San Jose State in scoring as a junior in 2002. Rebecca then transferred to Cal State Northridge and in 2004 was an All-Big West 2nd Team selection as she helped the Matadors set a school record for wins (12) while scoring four game-winning goals. Hidalgo played for then PCC head coach Cherif Zein.