Emma Novick


New Canaan, Conn.

High School:
Convent of the Sacred Heart




Emma  Novick


Women’s Lax Places League-High 27 on Honor Roll

Leopards succeeded on and off the field this spring


Wilhelmsen Nets 200, Women's Lax Falls in Boston

Leopards end their season in the Patriot League Quarterfinals


Leopards Clinch 5-Seed Despite Loss to Navy

Boston U. win over American means Lafayette will travel for the PLT Quarterfinals


Leopards Fall on the Road at Loyola

Kirby nets a hat trick in 20-8 defeat


Kirby, Wilhelmsen Make History in Loss to Lehigh

Pair become the second in Lafayette history to each tally 50 goals in the same season


Lafayette vs. Navy

Lafayette vs. Navy


Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Lafayette vs. Lehigh


Lafayette vs. Villanova

Photos by: Nicole Palmasano


Lafayette vs. Rutgers

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Loyola

Photos by Rick Smith

Patriot League Rookie of the Week (2/29/16)

Put together a stellar rookie campaign, starting 15 games for the Leopards on attack...finished second on the team with 38 goals to go along with three assists for 41 points...recorded at least one goal in every game she played, including multiple scores in all but three contests...registered three or more goals on six different occassions, including her best performance of the year in her first collegiate game with six markers in the win over Manhattan (2/17)...added eight ground balls, four draw controls and four caused turnovers on the year.

At Convent of the Sacred Heart:
A three-time FAA, two-time New England Prep School and two-time Western New England Prep School All-League performer…scored 215 goals while adding 85 assists, 137 ground balls, 70 caused turnovers and 95 draw controls…team MVP… was listed by Student Sports Lacrosse on the top 200 recruit watch list… selected a Brine National All-American in 2012…participated in the Under Armour Uncommitted Games…was a two-year letterwinner in field hockey who earned all-league status, and also lettered for a season in soccer…was a four-year high honor student who was named to the National Academic Squad for field hockey…tabbed as an Academic All-American in 2014 and 2015…featured as a Teen to Watch by New Canaan-Darien magazine in 2015.

Personal: Has volunteered at soup kitchens and local community centers, while also teaching lacrosse to underprivileged youth in neighboring communities…participated in the 2015 World Cup in Edinburgh, Scotland, as a member of the U-19 National Team for Israel…played club lacrosse for CT Chargers and CT Grizzlies…is the daughter of Steven and Lisa Novick…her father played lacrosse at Penn…has a twin sister, Matty, who is also on Lafayette’s lacrosse team…has a younger brother, Thomas, and a younger sister, Blythe.