Bott, a freshman for the Lasers this past season, earned the honors in both singles and doubles.
Santos, also a freshman, was picked as JUCO All-American in doubles.
Both players were all-Orange Empire Conference players for IVC.
Bott, who had already been picked as a Player to Watch by the ITA, had a record of 9-5 in singles all at the No. 1 position for Irvine Valley.
And in doubles he went 10-6 with Santos at the No. 1 spot.
Bott and Santos reached the semifinals of the CCCAA State Championship, winning four matches in the event.
Bott made it to the quarterfinals in singles at state.
The duo helped Irvine Valley to a 6-10 overall and a 6-4 mark in conference. IVC also made the Southern California Regional Team Playoffs and ended the year ranked No. 8 in the final Oracle/ITA state poll.
2018 JUCO All-Americans by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association
Kent Hunter, Cerritos College
Alexey Prokopchuk, Cerritos College
Kyryll Kryvchurn, College of the Desert
Victor Castro, Cerritos College
Kayne Trustfull, Riverside City College
Solal Ceriqui, Ventura College
Michael Bott, Irvine Valley College
Priyank Soni, Ventura College
Alex Hagon, Cypress College
Adrien Etiemble, Ventura College
Alexey Prokopchuk/Marcos Paulo Silvestre, Cerritos College
Victor Castro/Kent Hunter, Cerritos College
Alex Hagon/Johan Wennerholm, Cypress College
Dario Rico-Altozano/Kwang Eun-Lee, Cerritos College