UCLA and Barry each won its second national championship while Emory took home title No. 6 in women’s tennis. Take a look back at all three with videos, photos and features as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

UCLA edges North Carolina for title

The Bruins got victories at No. 1 and 2 doubles and singles wins by Robin Anderson, Chanelle Van Nguyen and the deciding match by Kyle McPhillips to win the championship, the NCAA-leading 111th in UCLA athletics history. … Read More

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Barry holds on to win championship

Top-ranked Barry was pushed to the edge before Kimmy Twelker pulled out a third-set tiebreaker at No. 6 singles to clinch the title with a 5-4 victory against Armstrong Atlantic. … Read More

Interactive Bracket  Photos  Highlights Feature: Not the right finish for Armstrong Atlantic

Emory wins first title since 2006

Emory disposed of Amherst 5-1 and finished the season with a school-record 28 victories. It fashioned a perfect 20-0 mark against Division III foes during the year. … Read More

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