2006: Started in all 30 matches, playing 112 games on the right side...Second on the team with 318 kills...Hit .250 while averaging 2.84 kills per game...Set a career high with a pair of 21-kill games (at BYU and at UNLV) for a season high and the only two 20-plus kill matches of her career...Finished with at least 10 kills in 15 matches...Finished the season with 74 blocks, including a season-high six vs. American University...Set a career record with 43 attacks at UNLV and tied a career high with 14 digs in the same match...Named to the Mountain West All-Conference team...Named to the MWC Academic Team.
2005: Started all 30 matches as the right-side hitter and was one of two players (joining Katherine Whitney) to play in all 108 of the team's games...Averaged 2.43 kills and 0.81 blocks per game and hit .278 on the year...Tallied a career-high 13 kills against Northern Iowa and a career-high 14 digs at New Mexico...Tied her career high with six blocks against New Mexico in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Tournament...Tallied the 100th block of her career with her second against Colorado in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2004: Was the only freshman on the roster to see playing time in `04...Twice recorded six kills in a match...Played in 22 matches and 34 games, recording at least one kill in the first 10 matches of her career...Has one of the hardest jump serves on the team and can play any position on the court.
2003: Redshirted in her first season with the Rams.
Weyburn Comprehensive: Was a five-sport athlete for the Eagles, playing volleyball, basketball, badminton and baseball, and competing in track and field...In track, was a long jumper and triple jumper, ran the 200 and 400 meters, and threw the javelin...Was the 2003 female athlete of the year in volleyball...In her last two seasons, Weyburn placed second at provincials...Was a member of the Saskatchewan Provincial team from 2000-02, and in 2002 made the Junior National Team...Played on the Regina Radz Club Team from 2001-03; in '02, the squad finished second at provincials...Competed in the Western Canada games in early August of 2003.
Personal: Full name is Tonya Jean Jennifer Mokelki...Born on May 10, 1985...One of four children of Garry and Donelda Mokelki...Majoring in criminology.