Kyle McPhillips had no trouble putting UCLA's national championship in perspective.
Mitchell Frank rallied in the decisive match and second-seeded Virginia defeated top-seeded UCLA 4-3 Tuesday to win its first NCAA men's tennis championship.
UCLA's women's tennis team finally got to contribute to the school's record haul of NCAA titles. The Bruins beat California for championship No. 102.
Three teams from the conference advanced to the semifinals Sunday, with top-seeded Stanford beating Miami 4-1, 12th-seeded UCLA upsetting No. 4 Florida 4-3, and No. 10 California stunning second-seeded Georgia 4-1.