Olympic History: Tokyo 2020
Highlights: 2016 Junior World Cup bronze
Year Born: 1995
State Born: NSW
Playing hockey runs in the family for Savannah Fitzpatrick, with her father Scott and sister Maddy having represented Australia nationally, and her mother Margie and siblings Callum and Kendra all representing at a state level.
Fitzpatrick made her Hockeyroos debut in April 2015, playing in a test series against China. She was named to the squad in the 2018/2019 seasons and has been a regular member since, earning over 50 caps with the team.
In 2016, Savannah played alongside her sister Maddy at the Hockey Junior World Cup where their team, the Jillaroos, won the bronze medal.
The 26-year-old made her Commonwealth Games debut in 2018, walking away with the silver medal in the women’s hockey event.
The next year, she claimed silver at the 2019 Oceania Cup and 2019 FIH Pro League alongside the Hockeyroos.
Savannah made her Olympic debut alongside her sister at the Tokyo 2020 games. She would score in Australia's final group-stage match against Argentina, cementing the Hockeyroo's undefeated run in their opening 5 fixtures. Faced with a quarter-final tie against India, Australia would narrowly lose a tightly contested game that finished 1-0.