Coach: Sean Burke
Final Post Ranking: 1
* Virginia AAA champion (first state title since 2001),
* AAA Northern Region
* AAA Liberty District regular season and tournament champion.
* Outscored opponents 74-14 and scored two or more goals in all but two games this season.
* Finished the season with 17 straight victories after a 1-1 draw with McLean.
* April 16
Playing without leading scorer Claire Zimmeck, the Cavaliers are forced to rally for a 1-1 tie against McLean on a goal by Ashley Wellner. After this game, the Cavaliers go on a 17-game winning streak that would last the rest of the season.
* May 21
W.T. Woodson captures the Liberty District tournament title, 4-0, over Langley. The victory is the first of the season for the Cavaliers as the top-ranked team in The Post's rankings and pushes them into a challenging section of the Northern Region tournament that includes 2003 state champion Lake Braddock.
* June 2
For the second straight season, the Cavaliers and Lake Braddock meet in the semifinals of the Northern Region tournament with a spot in the state tournament at stake. The Bruins won last season on the way to the state title, but this time All-Met Ashley Banks converts her shot in the sixth round of penalty kicks and the final Lake Braddock shooter misses, keeping the Cavaliers from a third straight semifinal loss in penalty kicks.
* June 11
W.T. Woodson is again taken to penalty kicks, this time in the state semifinals by North Stafford. This time, it's North Stafford's final shooter that misses wide and puts the Cavaliers in the state final.
* June 12
In a rematch of the Northern Region final, Banks scores the game-winner in the 63rd minute to give the Cavaliers a 2-1 win over Centreville and W.T. Woodson its first state girls' soccer title since 2001.