Alajeely, a freshman for the Lasers this past season, earned the honors in both singles and doubles.
Dreux, a sophomore, was picked as JUCO All-American in doubles.
Alajeely had already been named the singles co-Most Valuable Player of the Orange Empire Conference and Alajeely and Dreux were picked as the Most Valuable doubles team of the conference.
Alajeely, who was also chosen as a regional Rookie of the Year for community colleges, reached the semifinals of the CCCAA State Championship in singles at the Ojai 118th Annual Tournament at the end of the season.
On the season, she had a record of 15-2 in singles. And one of those losses came because of retirement due to injury.
Teaming up in doubles, Alajeely and Dreux reached the quarterfinals at the state event.
Alajeely and Dreux ended up with a record of 14-4 on the year in doubles as IVC's No. 1 team.
And the duo helped Irvine Valley finish with a record of 13-4 overall and take second in conference with a 8-2 mark. The team made the semifinals of the CCCAA Team Dual Playoffs and lost to eventual state champion Cerritos.
Dreux recently signed with Division II Shorter University in Georgia.
2018 Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Americans
Ksenia Prokopchuk, Cerritos College
Sandra Dafinescu, De Anza College
Halla Alajeely, Irvine Valley College
Lisa Suzuki, Cerritos College
Miri Inoue, Orange Coast College
Caroline Nordman, Cañada College
Eva Spindler, American River College
Petra Such, Cerritos College
Miah Webb, Glendale Community College
Srna Lepchevska, Glendale Community College
Ksenia Prokopchuk/Lisa Suzuki, Cerritos College
Eva Spindler/Liliana Spindler, American River College
Sandra Dafinescu/Maria Zimmerman, De Anza College
Miri Inoue/Camryn Mason, Orange Coast College