LBHS Lacrosse Star Earns All-American Honorable Mention Title

Long Beach High School student Sarah Reznick has been selected as High School All-American Honorable Mention in girls lacrosse for the 2016 season.  She is the only sophomore to receive this distinction and is among five Honorable Mention All-Americans and ten All-Americans to earn this honor in Nassau County.

Sarah has been a starter on the varsity team since the seventh grade, when she received the Unsung Hero award. In her eighth-grade year, she was named All-County Honorable Mention. As a freshman, Sarah received All County status and also made the Long Island Metro School Girls Team, securing a spot on Newsday’s players to watch list.

This past season, Sarah made 160 saves, leading the team to the Nassau County Class B semi-final game. Sarah was included among Newsday’s top 100 players to watch and Inside Lacrosse magazine’s top ten sophomores in the country.

“I'm so proud of her as this is the first time a Long Beach girls lacrosse player received this honor,” said Coach Rachel Ray. “It is a very big accomplishment and not easy! Sarah is extremely deserving of this award as she is one of the hardest working kids I ever coached and keeps us competing at the highest level in Nassau County and on Long Island.” Sarah is committed to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Florida following her high school graduation.