Personal: Reznick has three dogs and a cat. She credits her father, Robert, as someone who has made a difference in her life. If she wasn't playing lacrosse, Reznick would be a nursing student. In her free time, she enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, going for walks, and visiting the beach.
2023 Season: Reznick was one of 11 players selected in Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse College Draft.
At Florida: Reznick played 72 games and finished with an impressive 8.78 goals against average and .519 save percentage. Reznick holds the school record for career saves with 602. She was the first goalkeeper in Florida's history to record 200 or more saves in a single season, achieving this feat in the 2023 campaign with 202 saves. Reznick had a 57-14 record during her time at Florida, setting the program's career record for victories. She was named the American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year three times and received First-Team All-AAC honors on three occasions. Reznick was also recognized as an IWLCA All-South Region player for three consecutive seasons, earning First-Team recognition in 2023. As a redshirt junior, she was named a Second-Team All-American by the IWLCA, Inside Lacrosse, and USA Lacrosse Magazine. Reznick was also a nominee for the 2023 Tewaaraton Award. In the 2022 season, she led the Gators to the American Athletic Conference Tournament title with a 9.44 goals against average in 21 games. Reznick recorded 10 or more saves in 11 contests, including a school-record 17 saves in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Jacksonville. She finished the season with 51 saves in the final four games. In her redshirt sophomore season, Reznick started all 22 games and led the AAC in save percentage (.480) and goals against average (9.48). She had nine games with 10 or more saves in the 2022 season. As a redshirt freshman in 2021, Reznick started all 21 games and led NCAA Division I with a .567 save percentage and 6.42 goals against average. She also started all eight games in the COVID-shortened 2020 season. Reznick graduated from Florida in May 2022 with a bachelor's degree in health sciences. She is the seventh former Florida lacrosse player to compete in Athletes Unlimited, following in the footsteps of Madi Hall, Haley Hicklen, Shayna Pirreca, Sydney Pirreca, Lindsey Ronbeck, and Mollie Stevens.