From August 25 to September 4 in Denmark, the Swiss national team will first face the other teams inserted in Group A, namely Canada, USA, Finland, and Japan and then will try to at least confirm the fourth place conquered in the last edition of the Women's World Championship and of the Olympics. "We want to reach the semifinals and return to Switzerland with a medal," confirms head coach Colin Muller.
Goaltenders (3): Andrea Brändli (Ohio State University/USA), Alexandra Lehmann (EV Bomo Thun), Saskia Maurer (University of Saint Thomas/USA).
Defenders (7): Alessia Baechler (GCK/ZSC Lions), Lara Christen (SC Langenthal), Janine Hauser (GCK/ZSC Lions), Nadine Hofstetter (SC Langenthal), Shannon Sigrist (Thurgau Indien Ladies), Nicole Vallario (University of Saint Thomas/USA), Stefanie Wetli (Thurgau Indien Ladies).
Forwards (13): Mara Frey (SC Langenthal), Emma Ingold (SC Langenthal), Sinja Leemann (GCK/ZSC Lions), Lena Marie Lutz (HC Ladies Lugano), Alina Marti (GCK/ZSC Lions), Alina Müller (Northeastern University/USA), Kaleigh Quennec (University of Montreal/CAN), Evelina Raselli (Boston Pride/USA), Lisa Rüedi (GCK/ZSC Lions), Dominique Rüegg (GCK/ZSC Lions), Noemi Ryhner (Leksands IF/SWE), Lara Stalder (Brynäs IF/SWE), Laura Zimmermann (St. Cloud State University/USA).