T.C. Williams Girls Soccer Makes History with Conference Championship Win

The T.C. Williams High School Girls Soccer team made history last weekend with a 4-1 victory in the Patriot Conference Final, their first conference championship. This victory is particularly sweet because T.C. Williams won against Wilbert Tucker Woodson High School, known for its powerhouse program. Woodson is the only team to beat T.C. Williams in their regular season conference play.

This achievement fulfills a goal set by the team earlier this year to fill the long-empty girls’ soccer space in the banner that hangs in the gym at T.C. Williams showcasing all of the sports teams’ championships.

This win is so special because T.C. Williams Girls Soccer has never had a Patriot Conference Final win. It’s something that has motivated us all season. Last year we finished 4-7-3. This year we are currently 17-2. This year they made a name for themselves,” said coach Ally Hodgkins Wagner.

Although the team has made it to the first round of regionals a few times in the past, it has never been with this kind of momentum, and never with a conference championship under their belts.

“It was an amazing accomplishment for these girls. They have worked so hard this year. They are all dedicated athletes and scholars. I couldn’t ask for a better group to represent our program,” said Hodgkins Wagner.

Continuing their winning streak, the team celebrated victories this week over Chantilly High School and Patriot High School. The team advances to the semi-final round of the regionals on Wednesday, June 1 against Oakton High School.

Social media lit up with excitement about the historic win.


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