|High School:||4th Gymnasium Marko Marulic|
Arguably the best player in the country, Tomasevic had a stellar junior season for the Tigers. He registered 46 goals in 26 games for Pacific, finishing ninth in the MPSF at 1.77 goals per game. He finished the year with 15 multi-goal games including six hat tricks and a pair of four-goal performances. Tomasevic drew a staggering 78 ejections, the most on the squad by a large margin, and added 12 steals. He was recognized with his second consecutive Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches First Team All-America honor, and was also an First Team All-MPSF pick. Academically, Tomasevic was named to both the ACWPC Academic All-America and MPSF All-Academic teams.
Returning in stellar form for his sophomore season, the Croatian center continued to be a force from two-meters. In his second season he recorded a team-high 53 goals in 28 games in addition to tallying seven steals, 18 steals, 10 field blocks, and 87 earned ejections. For the second straight year, Tomasevic was named to an All-MPSF team as well as the ACWPC All-America team. Academically, he earned ACWPC All-Academic and MSPF All-Academic honors in addition to being recognized as a Pacific Scholar Athlete.
Tomasevic concluded his freshman campaign with 37 goals, 41 steals, and 14 assists in 26 games. In the opening round of the MPSF Tournament, he notched four goals against defending national champions USC on Nov. 27. Tomasevic was voted the 2009 MPSF Newcomer of the Year.
Tomasevic graduated from 4th Gymnasium Marko Marulic in Split, Croatia, where he lettered in water polo.
Tomasevic is the son of Goran Tomasevic and Andrea Andricevic. In his free time, he enjoys sailing, skiing, dancing, and diving. In his third year at Pacific, Tomasevic is majoring in business administration.