After spending the holidays with his Fagasa family, Fautua Maiava Jr. headed back to the mainland last week Monday. Fau is a 2017 Samoana HS graduate who was the first Samoan football player to be recruited directly from American Samoa by Colorado Mesa University, an NCAA Division II school. The son of Fautua Sr. and Florence Tua-Maiava, Fau is pictured with his siblings and his grandmother, Faimalie Tua. [photo: BC]
Ua to'ai taunu'u mai Victor Roosen, Regional Officer Red Cross San Diego ma Cathy Wolfe ua feiloa'i fiafia ma le tama'ita'i Ofisa o le Koluse Mumu i Amerika Samoa, Leilani Tu'amoheloa - Tilo e amata ona fa'atulaga taimi mo a'oa'oga a Sui Volenitia uma i tomai ma polokalama fa'atautaia a le Koluse Mumu e fa'atautaia ai latou galuega alofa mo e pagatia. [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]
Unsung Heroes: Football and the Polynesian Athletes: “Polynesians come from somewhere so small, but our love for people is very big. We’re just out here trying to be a part of something great.” Part of the new video available on Facebook and You Tube that gives a look at what makes football great in Polynesia. See video in Football Matters story below.  [screenshot from “Football Matters”]

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