Swiss Women's National Team

In Füssen, Germany, the Swiss women's national team will face Sweden, Finland, and host Germany.

Alina Müller

For the tournament, head coach Colin Muller has called up a more experienced team than at their last gathering. Part of the team are among others Alina Müller, Kaleigh Quennec, and Marylin Fortin, who currently play overseas. Also Sarah Forster, Lara Stalder, and Evelina Raselli from the Swedish team Brynäs IF join the team.

On the goalie position, however, Janine Alder and Andrea Brändli are missing. In their stead, Colin Muller has called up the two 18-year-old goalies Saskia Maurer and Ramona Forrer.

(SUI) Switzerland's Roster at the four-nations tournament

Goalies: Ramona Forrer (2001, Winterthur), Saskia Maurer (2001, Bomo Thun/Dragon Thun).

Defensewomen: Lara Christen (2002, ZSC Lions/Langenthal), Sarah Forster (93, Brynäs/SWE), Nadine Hofstetter (94, Reinach), Dominique Scheurer (95, ZSC Lions), Sandra Thalmann (92, Reinach), Nicole Vallario (2001, Lugano), Stefanie Wetli (2000, Weinfelden),

Forwards: Chelsea Bräm (91, Reinach), Rahel Enzler (2000, Reinach), Marilyn Fortin (Nipissing University/CAN), Sinja Leemann (2002, Weinfelden/Rapperswil-Jona Lakers), Lena Marie Lutz (2001, Reinach), Alina Müller (98, Northeastern University/USA), Kaleigh Quennec (University of Montreal/CAN), Evelina Raselli (92, Brynäs/SWE), Lisa Rüedi (2000, ZSC Lions), Dominique Rüegg (96, ZSC Lions), Noemi Ryhner (2000, Reinach), Lara Stalder (94, Brynäs/SWE), Laura Zimmermann (2003, Bomo Thun/Dragon Thun).

At the four-nations tournament in Füssen, Switzerland will play against Finland on December 12, against Germany on December 13, and finally against Sweden on December 14.

( 04 December 2019 | tme )

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