Current Clarkson defender, Haley Winn, and former standout Savannah Harmon will represent the United States in the 2024 International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World Championship in Utica, New York. The tournament is scheduled for April 3-14, 2024, and will feature top women's hockey players from around the world.

By the Numbers
  • The 10-team tournament includes the United States, Canada, Czechia, Finland, Switzerland, China, Denmark, Germany, Japan, and Sweden.
  • The U.S. has won the gold medal in six of the last eight IIHF Women's World Championships, most recently in 2023.
State of Play
  • Team Canada opens the Women's Worlds against Finland on April 4, facing Switzerland on April 5 and Czechia on April 7, before playing against the United States on April 8 in the preliminary round.
  • Tickets for the tournament can be purchased at, with games hosted at the Adirondack Bank Center and Utica University Nexus Center.
What's Next

The World Championship will feature a 29-game round-robin and knockout round event, with the U.S. aiming to continue their strong performance and secure another gold medal.

Bottom Line

Haley Winn and Savannah Harmon will join the U.S. team in representing their country at the Women's World Championship, as the U.S. aims to maintain its strong record in the tournament and compete for another gold medal.