Lizzy Horlock (nee Igasan) debuted for New Zealand against Korea in 2001. A world class defender who was highly respected by opponents around the world.

Captain of the team, Lizzy lead from the front with a high work rate, an uncompromising attitude and had the ability to set up an attack from anywhere on the field. These skills saw her nomination as a finalist for the FIH world player of the year in 2005 and saw her win the New Zealand women's player of the year in 2004 and 2005.

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Lizzy's Games History

  • Olympic Summer Games Beijing 2008

    • Hockey (Hockey - Women)
      Classification 11th-12th 1-4
      Preliminaries - Pool B - ARG v NZL 3-2
      Preliminaries - Pool B - NZL v USA 1-4
      Preliminaries - Pool B - NZL v GBR 1-2
      Preliminaries - Pool B - GER v NZL 2-1
      Preliminaries - Pool B - JPN v NZL 2-1
      Placed 12 of 12
  • Commonwealth Games Melbourne 2006

    • Hockey (Hockey - Women)
      Bronze Medal Match 0-0
      Semi Final - 1st Pool WB vs 2nd Pool WA 0-1
      Preliminary Rounds - ENG vs NZL 4-0
      Preliminary Rounds - CAN vs NZL 3-0
      Preliminary Rounds - BAR vs NZL (Pitch 2) 11-0
      Preliminary Rounds - NZL vs SCO 2-1
      Placed 4
  • Olympic Summer Games Athens 2004

    • Hockey (Hockey - Women)
      Classification 5-6 3-0
      Classification 5-8 3-2
      Preliminaries - Pool A 3-2
      Preliminaries - Pool A 0-3
      Preliminaries - Pool A 0-2
      Preliminaries - Pool A 0-2
      Placed 6 of 10