It was a great day for Los Angeles collegiate sports on Tuesday in Athens, Ga.

Both the UCLA women's tennis team and the USC men's team won 2014 NCAA national titles.

UCLA won earlier on Tuesday, defeating No. 7 North Carolina in a four-hour match that ended with the Bruins beating them 4-3. When Kyle McPhillips won her last set against Carolina's Caroline Price, McPhillips' teammates rushed the court and celebrated their second title win.

Later that night, the USC men's team secured its fifth title in six years, beating Oklahoma 4-2. Trojan freshman Max de Vroome sealed the win by defeating Andrew Harris with two 6-4 sets.

For UCLA, this is the university's 111th national championship win; for USC, this marks its 100th national title.