ATHENS, Ga. -- The UCLA women's tennis team captured its second NCAA title and the 111th NCAA title in UCLA history after a 4-3 win against North Carolina Tuesday. Kyle McPhillips clinched the win with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win against Carolina Price at No. 3 singles.

The Bruins won the doubles point on the strength of victories at No. 1 and No. 2 doubles. Catherine Harrison and McPhillips earned a quick 8-2 victory on court 2, and the nation's top-ranked doubles team of Robin Anderson and Jennifer Brady defeated the No. 3 team of Hayley Carter and Jamie Loeb 8-7 (7-3).

DI WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
Singles, doubles finals recap
Singles: Collins takes singles title for Virginia
Doubles: Jansen, Routliffe give Tide first national title
Cal's Chi, Virginia's Collins meet in finals, SEC doubles final
Singles and doubles semifinals are set
Singles: Collins, Tere-Apisah shake up top of draw
Singles: Top seeds continue to Round of 16
Singles: Top three seeds advance without drama
Championship recap Gallery
Final: UCLA wins program's second title 4-3
Semis: UCLA to play in fifth title match in 10 years
Semis: UNC ousts defending champ Stanford
Quarters: Florida eliminates host, top seed Georgia
Quarters: UCLA gets revenge against Duke
Quarters: Youth lifts Stanford by Virginia
Quarters: UNC takes down No. 2 seed Alabama
Round of 16: Scholl, Duke beat Clemson | UCLA advances
Round of 16: Georgia outlasts USC | Gators get by Vandy
Round of 16: Stanford rallies by Cal | UVa. marches on
Round of 16: UNC sweeps Aggies | Alabama stays on roll
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In a battle between the nation's top two singles players, top-ranked Anderson gave UCLA a 2-0 advantage with a 6-2, 6-2 win against second-ranked Loeb. The Tar Heels tied it up, however, with straight-set victories on court two by Carter over Brady and on court five by Kate Vialle over Harrison.

The remaining three matches went to three sets. Chanelle Van Nguyen overcame a first-set loss to win 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 against Ashley Dai on court four to put UCLA ahead, 3-2. But the Tar Heels came back with a 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 win on court six by Tessa Lyons over Kaitlin Ray, putting the championship squarely on the shoulders of the No. 3 singles players McPhillips and Price.

With McPhillips up a break at 5-3, the two players engaged in a back-and-forth battle that see-sawed over several match points and break points. Finally, on her fourth match point, McPhillips forced a Price volley to go long, clinching championship point for the Bruins.

UCLA's victory was the second women's tennis title in school history. Both championships were won under head coach Stella Sampras-Webster. The Bruins's first title was won in 2008. The championship was also UCLA's second this academic year. In December, the Bruin women's soccer team won its first title. UCLA leads the nation with 111 NCAA team championships.