Giron, a junior from Thousand Oaks, Calif., became UCLA's 11th NCAA Singles Champion - and first since Benjamin Kohlloeffel in 2006 - on May 26 when he defeated Pepperdine's Alex Sarkissian, 6-4, 6-1 in the NCAA Singles Final in Athens, Ga. Giron was ranked a career-high No. 2 heading into the NCAA Championships, meaning that Wednesday's No. 1 ranking is the highest of his career.
In doubles, Giron and McDonald finish the year at No. 11, just one spot out of earning All-America honors.
In order to be named an All-American for singles, players had to meet one of the following criteria: Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Draw; reach round of 16 in NCAA Singles Championships; finish in the top 20 of final ITA Singles Rankings. In doubles, All-America honors were given to those who were a top 8 seed in the NCAA Doubles Championships; reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships or finished in the top 10 of the final ITA Rankings.