Three-time letterwinner who adds depth and versatility to the team’s attack unit and speed to the midfield • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • member of the National College Athlete Honor Society • Delaware Lacrosse family legacy as the niece of Barbara Wolffe Pollard.
2016 SEASON (GAME BY GAME)
Saw action in six games during her junior year • collected two points on two goals • went 1-for-1 from the 8-metre arc in 14-5 win at Monmouth (March 4) • also registered a goal at Canisius (March 15) • got off two shots at La Salle (Feb. 25) • National College Athlete Honor Society selection.
Appeared in five games • finished season with two goals, two points, a groundball and draw control • tallied first goal and groundball of the season in 18-7 win over La Salle (March 5) • added goal and draw control in win at George Washington (March 22) • went a perfect 1-for-1 in free position goals.
Competed in nine games for the Blue Hens in rookie campaign • finished season with two goals • went 1-for-1 in free position goals • shot .333 and went .667 in shots on goal • scored first collegiate goal against George Mason (April 7).
Three-sport athlete (lacrosse, field hockey, track & field) for all four years at Merrimack High School • US Lacrosse All-American and Academic All-American • 2012 Nashua Telegraph Female Athlete of the Year • helped lead lacrosse team to 2012 D2 state championship and the field hockey team to the 2011 D1 Final Four • four-time Telegraph All Stars First Team selection • holds nine indoor track school records at MHS • played for Beth Rogers (lacrosse), Ann Maclean (field hockey) and Shawn Crotou (track) • National Honors Society and Scholar student • graduated in the top 15 percent of her class.
Emily E. Pollard • born November 5, 1993 in Boston, Mass. • daughter of Chip and Liz Pollard • has an older sister, Carolyn, and an older brother, Chris • sister played lacrosse at Penn (2007-11) • aunt, Barbara Wolffe Pollard, played lacrosse and field hockey for the Blue Hens and is a 1990 alum • cites her sister as a major influence in her as an athlete because her drive and dedication towards lacrosse serves as an inspiration • began playing lacrosse in third grade • chose Delaware because of the great academics and athletics in addition to the beautiful campus and good location • majoring in dietetics with the goal of becoming a registered dietitian • enjoys skiing and hiking in the mountains.
Goals: 1 – 6x, last at Canisius, 3/25/15
Points: 1 – 6x, last at Canisius, 3/25/15
Shots: 2 – 3x, last at La Salle, 2/25/15
SOG: 1 – 9x, last at Canisius, 3/25/15
FPG: 1 – 3x, last at Monmouth, 3/4/15
FGS: 1 – 3x, last at Monmouth, 3/4/15
Groundballs: 1 vs. La Salle, 3/5/14
Draw Controls: 1 at George Washington, 3/22/14
Caused Turnovers: n/a
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