Hawaii’s Ryan Tuiasoa returns to Fehervar Enthroners in Hungary

The defending Hungarian champions, the Fehérvár Enthroners, have re-signed Hawaii Warriors (NCAA FBS Div. I-A) running back Ryan Tuiasoa for the 2020 season.

The 5’11”, 210 lb Tuiasoa, (pronounced too-E-ah-so-ah), from Honolulu, Hawaii, ran for an average 6.5 yards a carry and five touchdowns in his senior year for the Warriors, and played on all special teams. In 2019 with the Enthroners, the versatile Tuuiasoa rushed for 853 yards and six touchdowns in eight games including playoffs and championship while also catching 307 yards in passes. In leading Fehérvár to the Hungarian title, he was named Hungarian Bowl MVP.

In 2018 he played for the UNC Crusaders (Finland 1st division) and led the league in rushing with 1,206 yards (7.8 yards per carry average) and 14 rushing touchdowns. He was the league leader in all purpose yards as well. He had 238 receiving yards and two touchdown receptions.

Check out his highlights from 2019

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