Swiss Women's National Team

From November 11 to November 13, the Swiss national team will face Japan three times in Oberthurgau as preparation for the Olympics.

34-year-old Nicole Bullo is the veteran of the group

Head coach Colin Müller has selected a young team: among the 23 selected women, there are 14 players that were born in the 2000s, including Alessia Baechler (2005) and Ivana Wey (2006). Also at her debut with the Swiss national team is Keely Moy, sister of Genève-Servette HC's Tyler Moy.

Moreover, the SIHF also informs that Daniela Diaz will soon leave her job as manager of the Women's National Teams and Women's Development. Diaz will stay until the end of the 2021-22 season, three years after accepting the position of manager and six years since she started working for the SIHF.

Roster of Swiss's women national team

Goaltenders (3): Vanessa Bolinger (Club Hockey Engiadina / Thurgau Ladies), Alexandra Lehmann (HC Ladies Lugano), Caroline Spies (EHC Basel / SC Langenthal).

Defenders (8): Alessia Baechler (GCK/ZSC Lions), Nicole Bullo (HC Ladies Lugano), Lara Christen (GCK/ZSC Lions), Sarah Forster (AIK Hockey / SWE), Janine Hauser (GCK/ZSC Lions), Nadine Hofstetter (SC Reinach), Shannon Sigrist (Linköping HC / SWE), Stefanie Wetli (Thurgau Indien Ladies).

Forwards (12): Mara Frey (SC Reinach), Emma Ingold (Neuchâtel Hockey Academy), Sinja Leemann (GCK/ZSC Lions), Lena Marie Lutz (Thurgau Indien Ladies), Alina Marti (GCK/ZSC Lions), Zoe Merz (Thurgau Indien Ladies), Keely Moy (Harvard University / USA), Dominique Rüegg (GCK/ZSC Lions), Phoebe Staenz (Leksands IF / SWE), Lara Stalder (Brynäs IF / SWE), Ivana Maria Wey (HC Davos / Thurgau Indien Ladies), Laura Zimmermann (EV Bomo Thun).

( 05 November 2021 | lle )