The Swiss team is currently in Madison to prepare for the World Championship which will start on Monday, June 6. The Swiss will have to at least reach second place in their group in order to advance to the quarterfinals. If they place third or fourth they will have to play in the relegation round.
Switzerland will play their first game against Germany. They will face Slovakia on June 7 and Czechia on June 9. The other group consists of Canada, the US, Sweden, and Finland.
Goaltenders (3): Alisha Berger (EHC Winterthur / GCK/ZSC Lions), Margaux Favre (RINK Kelowna / CAN), Nadia Häner (EHC Basel Nachwuchs / GCK/ZSC Lions).
Defenders (8): Alizée Aymon (HC Sierre / EV Bomo Thun), Alessia Baechler (GCK/ZSC Lions), Eva Bargo Cuns (CP Fleurier), Annic Büchi (EHC Winterthur / Thurgau Indien Ladies), Nina Harju (SC Herisau / GCK/ZSC Lions), Zoe Mächler (EHC Winterthur / Thurgau Indien Ladies), Lorena Marti (SC Langenthal), Jana Lia Peter (EHC Dübendorf / GCK/ZSC Lions).
Forwards (12): Xenia Balzarolo (HC Poschiavo), Louana Bigler (SC Lyss / Neuchâtel Hockey Academy), Valerie Christmann (HC Innerschwyz / SC Reinach), Chiara Eggli (GCK/ZSC Lions), Elena Gaberell (HC Ladies Lugano), Naemi Herzig (EHC Uzwil), Lenni Natasha Kozuh (SC Langenthal), Renée Ariana Lendi (GCK/ZSC Lions), Jael Manetsch (HC Luzern), Alina Marti (GCK/ZSC Lions), Alena Lynn Rossel (HC Dragon Thun / EV Bomo Thun), Jade Surdez (RINK Kelowna / CAN).