Diana Ordoñez was named Offensive Player of the Year and Steve Swanson was named Coach of the Year to headline the Cavaliers recognized by the Virginia Sports Information Directors annual women’s soccer All-State team released on Wednesday (Jan. 12).

Ordoñez also garnered first team honors in addition to Offensive Player of the Year. She was joined on the first team by midfielder Lia Godfrey and defender Talia Staude. Four Cavaliers earned second team honors with forwards Haley Hopkins and Alexa Spaanstra, defender Samar Guidry and goalkeeper Laurel Ivory being honored.

Ordoñez added VaSID Player of the Year honors after being named a first team All-America selection and the ACC Offensive Player of the Year. She led the Cavaliers in goals this season with 18 and was one of the top scorers in the nation – ranking first nationally in game-winning goals (8) and second nationally in goals scored. She was a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy honoring the national player of the year. She was also drafted sixth overall by the North Carolina Courage in the NWSL Draft in December.

Swanson was also named the ACC Coach of the Year after leading the Cavaliers to an 18-3-2 record and ascending to the top spot in the national rankings. Virginia claimed the ACC regular-season title as the only team to go undefeated in ACC play with an 8-0-2 record.