Sem’s Reznick Named NFHCA All-American
Wyoming Seminary senior Kelsey Reznick was named a second-team All-American on Wednesday by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
It is Reznick’s second straight year on the All-America team. She was a second-team selection last season, as well.
A multi-positional standout who excelled late this season as the center-back, Reznick anchored one of the top defenses in the nation.
En route to winning a state championship, Sem shut out all four opponents it faced in the state playoffs.
Reznick recorded 21 assists and eight goals, including a penalty stroke in Sem’s 2-0 PIAA Class A championship win against Newport.
The Drums resident has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her career at Duke.
Reznick’s offseason has included making all-state, all-region and now All-America, while she was also chosen Citizens’ Voice Player of the Year.
Earlier this week, Reznick was selected to the U.S. U-19 women’s national field hockey team.
The All-America team featured only 48 players — 16 each on the first, second and third teams.
Reznick was one of 12 Pennsylvanians on the team.
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