Before the Durham match, Prince averaged 98.75 in the Championship
Departing South African batsman Ashwell Prince has said he is leaving Lancashire "with momentum".
The Test player begins his last match for the county on Thursday at Chester-le-Street against Durham.
He told BBC Radio Manchester: "Before my first game I was asked what would I like to do and my answer was to leave the team with good momentum.
"I think we've got that for the season. We're in contention in all competitions so I can't ask for more than that."
Prince added: "It's been very enjoyable. The most important thing is that the team is doing well, I feel I have made a contribution to that.
"I think it's a young squad that's going places. Most of the guys are getting to the best of their careers and with a few senior players around it's a good mix and we've got a good coach in Peter Moores, so I think the future is looking great."