Garriock playing for Sydney FC in 2010
|Full name||Heather Ann Garriock|
|Date of birth||21 December 1982|
|Place of birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Canberra United (coach)|
|Leppington Lions Soccer Club|
|2009||Chicago Red Stars||5||(0)|
|2011||LdB FC Malmö||8||(0)|
|2013-2014||Western Sydney Wanderers||8||(2)|
|2014-2017||Sydney Uni women|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 March 2014|
? National team caps and goals correct as of 17 July 2011
Heather Ann Garriock (born 21 December 1982) is an Australian soccer coach and former player. Garriock played as a midfielder in a career based mostly in Australia. Her last stint as a player was for Western Sydney Wanderers of the Australian W-League. Garriock played 130 matches for the Australian women's national team, appearing at three Olympic football tournaments and three FIFA Women's World Cups.
She signed with Adirondack Lynx of Women's Premier Soccer League in 2006. She made six appearances in 2006 before returning to the Australian National Team. In 2007, she made a further five appearances. In total, she made 11 appearances for Adirondack Lynx, while scoring 10 goals and chipping in eight assists.
In 2009, Garriock was selected for the Women's Professional Soccer league in the United States. In the 2008 WPS International Draft, she was picked 12th overall by Chicago Red Stars. For the inaugural 2009 Women's Professional Soccer season, she appeared for Chicago in 5 games (0 starts, 89 total minutes) and recorded an assist. It was announced on 30 September 2009 that Chicago had waived their option for a second year, thus making Garriock a free agent.
She returned to her previous team, Sydney FC, following her release from Chicago.
Garriock retired from national league football after the 2013-14 W-League season.
Garriock first represented the Australia in October 1999 in a friendly against China at 16 years old. She has represented her country in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney as well as the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
In 2013, Garriock was selected for a national team tour that included a match against the United States, though did not play in the match. After the tour, Football Federation Australia denied a claim from Garriock to cover childcare expenses for her young daughter. A subsequent appeal to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal was unsuccessful.
Scores and results list Australia's goal tally first.
|1||2 June 2000||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia||China PR||1-1||1-1||Friendly|
|2||19 January 2002||Tom Flood Sports Centre, Bendigo, Australia||South Korea||4-1||4-1||Friendly|
|3||5 April 2003||Belconnen Soccer Centre, Canberra, Australia||Samoa||15-0||19-0||2003 OFC Women's Championship|
|4||9 April 2003||Belconnen Soccer Centre, Canberra, Australia||Papua New Guinea||9-0||13-0||2003 OFC Women's Championship|
|7||25 September 2003||Home Depot Center, Los Angeles, United States||China PR||1-0||1-1||2003 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|8||28 September 2003||Providence Park, Portland, United States||Ghana||1-2||1-2||2003 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|9||14 August 2004||Pankritio Stadium, Heraklion, Greece||Greece||1-0||1-0||2004 Olympics|
|10||1 February 2005||Quanzhou Sports Center, Quanzhou, China||Russia||1-0||5-0||2005 Four Nations Tournament|
|11||23 February 2007||Zhongshan Soccer Stadium, Taipei, Taiwan||Uzbekistan||6-0||10-0||2008 Olympics qualifying|
|12||12 August 2007||BCU International Stadium||Chinese Taipei||3-0||7-0||2008 Olympics qualifying|
|13||19 August 2007||Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium, Tianjin, China||China PR||1-0||3-1||Friendly|
|14||12 September 2007||Yellow Dragon Sports Center, Hangzhou, China||Ghana||4-0||4-1||2007 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|15||29 May 2008||Th?ng Nh?t Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||Chinese Taipei||1-0||4-0||2008 AFC Women's Asian Cup|
|17||15 June 2008||Suwon Sports Complex, Suwon, South Korea||United States||1-1||1-2||2008 Peace Queen Cup|
|18||17 June 2008||Suwon Sports Complex, Suwon, South Korea||Italy||1-0||3-0||2008 Peace Queen Cup|
|20||20 February 2010||Bill McKinlay Park, Auckland, New Zealand||New Zealand||1-0||3-0||Friendly|