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Bianca  Mok
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Bianca Mok

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Boise, ID

High School:
Boise High School

Height:
5-3

Birthdate:
02/16/1997

Graduated:
2015


05/11/2018

Pioneers Fall to #18 Kansas, 4-3

DU takes Kansas to final match

05/03/2018

O’Loughlin and Mok Still Ranked in Latest ITA Polls

O’Loughlin ranked in both singles and doubles

05/02/2018

O’Loughlin and Mok Selected to Compete at the 2018 NCAA Championships

O’Loughlin to play singles, while partnering with Mok for doubles

03/24/2018

Pioneers Defeat UNLV, 4-2

O’Loughlin, Chang and Ladhani all earned singles wins

03/23/2018

Denver Defeats Marshall, 5-2

Mok, Chang and Ladhani all score singles wins

2017-2018: Finished 9-4 in singles play during the fall season...Finished 7-2 in doubles play during the fall season...Summit League Player of the Week (Feb. 6)...

2016-2017: 
Finished 16-7 (5-0 Summit League) in singles play...Finished 16-6 (5-0 Summit League) in doubles play with her partner, Morgan Barnhill...Two-time Summit League Player of the Week...

2015-2016: 
Finished 19-2 (5-0 Summit League) in singles play...Finished 18-2 (5-0 Summit League) in doubles play with partner Morgan Barnhill...Named 2016 Summit League Newcomer of the Year (April 26, 2016)...Two-time Summit League Player of the Week...Named to the 2016 All-Summit League Team...

Before Denver: Named 2013 Idaho Player of the Year...Four-Time State Champion (2012-2015)...Finished fourth in doubles play at the 2013 U18 National Championships...Did not lose a single match in four years at Boise High School...

Personal: Daughter of Tsun Mok and Mei Leng Cheong...Has an older brother and older sister...Chose Denver because of its proximity to home and the smaller size of the school...Began playing tennis at age 5...Enjoys reading and doing puzzles...Plans to graduate with a degree in math and pursue an actuary career...

 

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