SHAUN CHAUDHURI, Monte Vista, Sr. -- Chaudhuri, who is headed to Harvard, capped a stellar high school career with his second NCS singles championship. The established baseliner has added power and aggressiveness to his game and helped the Mustangs win the NCS team championship. He was recruited by Pac-10 schools but had his sights set on the Crimson.
CHRIS KIPOURAS, Monte Vista, Sr. -- Kipouras, who is headed to Dartmouth, is another dominant singles player with big, high-spinning shots and good pace. He was unbeaten in the NCS team and NorCal team tournaments.
MARK MEYER, Monte Vista, Sr. -- Meyer, a first-team All-EBAL selection and league singles tournament runner-up, was one of three Mustangs singles aces. In doubles, Meyer and Anthony Lim placed third at NCS after falling to No. 1 seeded Jon Wang and Matt Wang of Piedmont in the semifinals.
ANDREW PISES, Miramonte, Sr. -- The Cal-bound star was unbeaten in singles this season before he dropped a three-setter to Bernardo Saraiva in the NCS semifinals. Pises took third at the NCS singles tournament and dominated the DFAL competition.
BERNARDO SARAIVA, Albany, Sr. -- Saraiva, an exchange student from Portugal, had an impressive run to the NCS singles finals as the No. 3 seed. He beat Pises, the defending champion, in the semifinals in three sets and gave Chaudhuri an early scare in the finals before falling 6-4, 6-0.
JON WANG, Piedmont, Sr. -- Wang, who is headed to USC, teamed with his brother Matt to win a second consecutive NCS doubles title in their third straight trip to the finals. With Jon ripping big serves and dominating at the net, the Wang brothers had a 9-1 record in doubles this season. Jon Wang was 11-2 in singles with a win over Saraiva and two losses to Kipouras.
-- Matt Schwab