2004-05: Did not play.
2003-04: Went 9-14 in singles, with 8-10 mark at No. 2 slot... Played a total of 11 tiebreaker sets... Opened spring season with 6-0, 6-3 win over Cal State Bakersfield's Leah Espericueta... Posted 16-6 mark in doubles, all with Ally Muller... Mok/Muller enjoyed two separate 6-match winning streaks during spring season.
2002-03: Finished with 6-9 record in singles, including 4-4 mark at No. 4... Enjoyed "double-bagel" win over Grand Canyon's Shawna Young in CCAA third-place matchup (4/19)... Went 11-11 in doubles, all at No. 1 position with Janice Salomon... Won four out of last five matches, including 8-5 victory over UC San Diego's tandem of Julie Westermann/Jenna Ishii; and 8-6 win over Hawaii Pacific's Loni Matsunaga/Dada Joksimovic... Those two opponents finished 15th and 20th in final rankings, respectively.
2001-02: Enjoyed solid rookie season, going 14-5 in singles, 19-6 in doubles... Went undefeated at No. 4 (3-0) and No. 5 (5-0) singles... Won eight straight matches from Apr. 5-20... Advanced (with Salomon) to final match of Rolex Tournament in the fall... Salomon/Mok duo went 17-4 throughout the year, including Rolex... That tandem went 11-2 down the stretch, and won its final six matches.
MENLO SCHOOL '01: Reached quarterfinals of Central Coast Section singles tournament as a senior... Captured section doubles title as a sophomore... Helped lead team to four consecutive Peninsula Private School League and CCS titles... Team also advanced to win three straight NorCal championships.
PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif... Biological sciences major... Parents are Jimmy & May Mok... Non-sports heroes are her mother and grandmother... Pretended to be Monica Seles as a kid.
Aggies head to San Jose State for next dual match
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