Spring 2018 Washington Post All-Mets
June 20, 2018

Dacheka Kolcum (#21 above), a Tuscarora High School standout who will wear a George Mason University jersey this fall, won All-Met First Team honors from The Washington Post in spring 2018. She graduates as a three-time All-Met honoree. 

record high total of 15 players trained by Total Futbol coaches earned 2018 Spring All-Met honors from The Washington Post's sports writers for Girls’ high school soccer. The Post collected nominations from over 250 high schools across the DC Region and then selected the Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, 1st, 2nd, and Honorable Mention Best Teams for nine different sports. 
Since the fall of 2012, players coached by Total Futbol staff have won All-Met honors for their contributions to local high school soccer teams 69 times, including three "Player of the Year" awards, 18 First Team awards, 18 Second Team awards and 30 Honorable Mention awards.
Find the full Spring 2018 All-Met Girls' Soccer team listings HERE
The following TF players won All-Met soccer honors for Spring 2018:

All-Met Player of the Year

Claire Constant FORWARD T.C. Williams / Junior 
How The Post describes Claire: "A strong, skilled player who can contribute just about anywhere on the soccer field, Constant wrapped up her T.C. Williams career with another impressive season. The senior Virginia commit scored 23 goals and had 13 assists, earning first team all-region honors for the third straight year."
College Commitment: University of Virginia

All-Met First Team

Jordan Silkowitz GOALKEEPER W.T. Woodson HS / Senior 
How The Post describes Jordan: "The Ohio State signee helmed one of the best defenses in the area. The Cavaliers made it to the Class 6 semifinals."
College Commitment: Ohio State University
Amber DiOrio DEFENDER Patriot HS / Senior 
How The Post describes Amber: "A four-year starter at center back for the Pioneers, the VCU signee helped lead her team to an undefeated regular season and a district tournament title."
College Commitment: Virginia Commonwealth University
Julia Leas MIDFIELDER Madison HS / Junior 
How The Post describes Julia: "A physical force in the midfield, she set the tone for Madison in its undefeated regular season and subsequent postseason run."
College Commitment: Georgetown University
Aleigh Gambone FORWARD Centreville HS / Junior 
How The Post describes Aleigh: "A North Carolina commit and U.S. Soccer prospect, Gambone was a force at forward."
College Commitment: University of North Carolina
Dacheka Kolcum FORWARD Tuscarora HS / Senior 
How The Post describes Dacheka: "The George Mason signee holds the Huskies' record for most goals in a season and career. She scored 23 times this season, earning all-region honors."
College Commitment: George Mason University
Serena Pham FORWARD Chantilly HS / Junior 
How The Post describes Serena: "The Alabama commit had 10 goals and 12 assists as the Chargers made it to the Virginia Class 6 state playoffs."
College Commitment: University of Alabama

All-Met Second Team

Jessica Touve GOALKEEPER Potomac Falls HS / Senior
College Commitment: Bridgewater College
Bella Ponzi MIDFIELDER T.C. Williams HS / Senior
College Commitment: University of Georgia
Abbey Duncan MIDFIELDER Patriot HS / Senior
College Commitment: University of Pennsylvania 

All-Met Honorable Mention

Laurel Buck DEFENDER Chantilly HS / Senior
College Commitment: Johns Hopkins University
Kaitlyn Cox FORWARD Colgan HS / Senior
College Commitment: Longwood University
Olivia Wiltse GOALKEEPER Westfield HS / Sophomore
College Commitment: TBD
Kimberly Zhou DEFENDER McLean HS / Senior
College Commitment: Amherst
Elizabeth Zhou DEFENDER McLean HS / Senior
College Commitment: Wellesley