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.
Victory sweep in white flight singles, two doubles duo advance to semifinals
Aggies head to Cal for the first fall tournament
Aggies fill their fall schedule with three tournaments
Tennis 'Pro-Am' fundraiser scheduled for September
ITA honors Jorgensen, von Ebbe, women’s tennis program
Aggies shine on Big West All-Academic Teams
Four teams earn
NCAA Public Recognition Awards