|High School:||Altisz Alapitvanyi Gimnazium|
Started all 27 matches for UOP her junior year. Tallied 24 goals and 24 assists, one shy of her career mark (25) set last season. Led all position players on the team with 28 steals including a career-high five in the Tigers' match against Michigan (Feb. 23rd) at the Cardinal Classic. Had a career-best four goals against UC Davis (Feb. 3rd). Recorded a goal in six straight contests this season for UOP. Also tallied 10 matches with more than one assists- three of which where she dished out three (Fresno Pacific, Hawaii, and LMU). Earned her second straight NCAA Elite 90 Award at the 2019 NCAA Championship banquet.
Tamas started all 26 matches her sophomore year. Registered 17 goals and recorded 25 steals and 25 assists, both of which ranked in the top 5 on the team. Recorded one goal, one assists, and three steals in the Tigers' first match of the year versus No. 12 Hartwick. Carried a five-match streak with scoring a goal from March 25th-April 14th. Scored a season-high five points during this stretch against Concordia (Apr. 7). Has six multi-steal games on the year, including a season-high four in Pacific's win over Michigan (Feb. 4). Tallied two hat tricks against Long Beach State (Feb. 3) and Concordia. Tamas was also honored with the NCAA Elite 90 Award, presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the finals site for the NCAA Championships.
A Golden Coast Conference All-Academic selection, Tamas scored 35 goals in 30 games for the Tigers with 16 assists for 51 points. Scored in 22 of 30 games with nine multi-goal games. Scored a season-high four goals twice against UC Davis, against the No. 17 Aggies on Jan. 14 and against No. 13 UC Davis on March 4. Tallied three assists on three separate occasions, (Pomona-Pitzer, Jan. 21; No. 18 Hartwick, March 5, No. 21 Loyola Marymount, March 31). Scored a goal and an assist in the Tigers' win over No. 14 San Diego State (April 30) in the GCC Championship game to help Pacific to the program's first-ever NCAA berth. Added two goals and an assist in the NCAA Opening Round win over Pomona-Pitzer (May 6).
Attended Altisz Gimnazium in Budapest, Hungary. Competed with the BVSC-Zuglo water polo club team. Was part of the U Junior National Championships (2011-2014) in Budapest, Hungary. Helped her team to a first place finish on two occasions in the U19 Championships. Also competed in the Theodora Women's Hungarian Cup placing third in the tournament and the Benu Women's Hungarian Cup taking second overall.
Viktoria is the daughter of Erika and Jozsef Tamas. She has one older brother, Daniel. In her spare time Viktoria enjoys hiking, reading, painting, and watching cooking shows.