Eric Bowles goes up for a shot for W.T. Woodson in a Virginia 6A state semifinal in March 2015. (Timothy C. Wright for The Washington Post)
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
14 Matt Ayoub G Jr. 6' 3"
12 Jackson Boehman G Sr. 5' 10"
20 Eric Bowles G Sr. 5' 11"
32 Will Cogan F Sr. 6' 3"
0 Trey Johnson G Sr. 6' 2"
10 Tristan Lau G Sr. 5' 10"
42 Jacob Oleyar G Sr. 5' 11"
52 GianCarlo Pacheco F Sr. 6' 4"
40 Tyler Wilson G Sr. 6' 5"
22 Will Cosby G Sr.
30 Seamus Maloney G Jr. 5' 10"
4 Simon Mulaa G So. 6' 1"
24 Reggie Roach G Sr.
44 Morrison Rubin G Jr. 5' 8"
34 Andrew Snodgrass F Sr. 6' 4"
50 David Ford SF/SG Jr. 6' 3"
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Wt Woodson in the news

2019 Winter All-Met: Girls’ swimming first team, second team, honorable mentions

Washington Post Staff ·
March 19, 2019

W.T. Woodson wins first girls' state tennis championship in school history

Kentucky-bound Lexi Merrill completed the trifecta of winning singles, doubles and team titles in Virginia Class 6.
Samantha Pell ·
June 10, 2018

Boys’ lacrosse Top 10: Landon runs the table as the area’s No. 1 team

Riverside jumps into the rankings with a perfect season and Virginia 4A state title.
Jesse Dougherty, Eric Goldwein ·
June 15, 2017

McLean boys, Oakton girls win Virginia state tennis team titles

Highlanders engineer a big comeback, while Cougars hold off W.T. Woodson. In 5A, Marshall girls earn first state title and Jefferson boys win championship.
Kelyn Soong ·
June 10, 2017

W.T. Woodson hangs on to win Virginia’s 6A boys lacrosse championship

The Cavaliers survived South County’s fourth-quarter surge to win the state title. 
Jesse Dougherty ·
June 11, 2017

Girls’ lacrosse Top 10: Potomac Falls picks up where it left off 

The defending Virginia 5A state champions are leaning on a senior-heavy attack and a talented but untested defense.
Eric Goldwein ·
April 19, 2017

W.T. Woodson boys finally win first Virginia state basketball championship

They needed overtime, but the Cavaliers knocked off Hylton to win their first title after 54 years.
March 12, 2017

W.T. Woodson boys edge Hylton to claim Virginia 6A state championship

Cavaliers guard Jason Aigner leads all scorers with 26 points in back-and-forth affair between two Northern Virginia programs.
Jacob Bogage ·
March 12, 2017

W.T. Woodson, Hylton make Virginia 6A state final

After the Cavaliers take a long-awaited step into the title game, the Bulldogs continue their surprising run.
Jacob Bogage ·
March 5, 2017

Hylton comes back from 13 down in fourth quarter to beat Madison

The Bulldogs advance to the Virginia 6A state semifinals with 65-60 victory.
Jacob Bogage ·
March 4, 2017