Read Naomi's Triton Q&A here. (Dec. 30, 2014)
Four-time NCAA Championships qualifier (2013-14-15-16) ... Five-time All-American (four individual, one relay) ... Two-time PCSC champion in 200 fly ... School record-holder in 100 fly.
AS A SENIOR IN 2015-16
Missed A3 Performance Invitational due to injury ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2014-15
Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013-14
Placed seventh in 200 fly (2:03.98) and fifth in 100 fly (54.69) at NCAA Championships, breaking school record in latter as second Triton female ever to get under 55 seconds ... Finished seventh as part of 400 medley relay (3:46.38) ... Won 200 fly (2:03.01) at PCSC Championships ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012-13
Team's Rookie of the Year ... Won first conference title in 200 fly (2:02.53), with top-eight finishes at PCSC Championships in 200 IM (2:08.36) and 100 fly (55.93) ... Competed in three events at NCAA Championships, in 200 IM (2:07.01), 100 fly (55.41) and 200 fly (2:01.31), with All-American third-place effort in 200 fly ... Concluded season with two top-10 marks, one in 100 fly (55.08) at No. 2, and another in 200 fly (2:01.31) at No. 2 ... Member of 800 free relay that broke Canyonview pool record (7:47.88).
Swam for Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics (2006-12).
A 2012 graduate of Burlingame High School ... Earned All-America status during her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Panthers' MVP all four years ... Named the Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) Swimmer of the Meet by San Mateo Daily Journal after her four-win performance at the PAL Championships as a senior ... Broke school records in the 200 free, 100 fly, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay ... Broke PAL records in the 100 fly (55.22 in 2011), 200 medley relay (1:46.08 in 2012) as third leg, and 400 free relay (3:31.98 in 2012) as leadoff leg.
Born Aug. 10, 1994 in San Mateo ... Parents are Roger and Tamara Thomas ... Has one older sister, former Triton swimmer Megan Thomas ... International studies-sociology major at Warren College ... Plans to take some time to travel upon graduating ... Most memorable swimming moment was going under 55 seconds and breaking the school record in the 100 fly at the 2014 NCAA Championships... Enjoys reading, traveling, going to the beach and online shopping ... Garden State is her favorite movie ... Loves avocados.