| Jason Mok
Coach Smarr Says - "Our team captain and second senior, Jason has become a solid starter both in singles and doubles line ups. His improved and confident doubles play made him a better singles player. I look forward to seeing his game improve even more as the competition gets tougher."
Rice -- Fall 2006: Had a solid fall season, going 10-6 in singles... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Midland Collegiate Invitational... Defeated his first ranked opponent with a 6-4, 6-3 triumph against then 100th-ranked Andre Begemann of Pepperdine... Rallied from a first-round loss to advance to the consolation semifinals at the ITA South-Central regionals... Paired with Christoph Müller for an 8-4 fall doubles mark, advancing to the quarterfinals at the ITA regionals.
2005-06: Posted an 18-7 singles record, including a 10-3 mark in dual matches... Won seven of his final eight singles matches of the year... Reached the finals of the Crowne Plaza Invitational... Went 12-4 in doubles, going 11-2 with partner Rodrigo Gabriel which includes taking the doubles flight B title at the Crowne Plaza Invitational.
2004-05: Recorded 12 wins in singles, including seven in dual action... Posted a 10-6 mark in dual doubles to finsh 16-12 on the season... Teamed with Gabriel to go 2-1 in doubles play at the WAC championships... Began the year with two-straight wins at the Crowne Plaza Rice Invitational.
2003-04: Finished the season at 12-12 overall and 6-8 in doubles... Went 8-5 in singles action during the fall... Advance to the quarterfinals of the consolation draw at the ITA Region VI Championships... Paired with Robert Searle for five doubles wins.
High School -- Graduated from Baulkham Hills High School in December 2002... Ranked in the top four in Australia in the 14 to 18 age group... Represented Australia in the World Youth Cup... Competed with the Australian national team on a European tour.
Personal -- Full Name: Jason Mok. Born: March 22, 1985, at Carlingford, New South Wales, Australia. Parents: Daniel and Celine Mok of Carlingford, New South Wales, Australia. College: Hanszen.