The unseeded Giron won five matches in Laguna Niguel, four of which were in straight sets. He didn't lose a set until the final, where he met fourth-seeded Jarmere Jenkins, the reigning NCAA singles and doubles champion from Virginia. After losing the first set, Giron lost just two games in the remaining two sets, storming back for a 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 victory.
In addition to his two singles titles, Giron teamed with freshman Mackenzie McDonald to win the doubles title at the Costa Mesa Pro Tennis Classic on Sept. 22.
Giron, who is competing for UCLA at the ITA All-American Championships this week in Tulsa, Okla., is currently listed at No. 706 in singles in the ATP Tour computer rankings.