47 - Spiro Theodhosi
Spiro Theodhosi
Height: 5-10
Weight: 225
Year: Senior
Hometown: Londonderry, NH
High School: Londonderry
Position: RB

Missed all of the last two seasons due to injury...Sophomore (2009): Stepped in for injured All-Ivy running back Zach Tronti in the second quarter against Yale and didn’t miss a beat, earning a spot on the Ivy League Honor Roll for his performance in that game, and then again a week later against Dartmouth… Ranked second on the team in rushing with 423 yards on 82 carries… Ran 25 times for a Brown-season best 167 yards and a touchdown against Yale… Rushed 33 times for 138 yards and another touchdown against Dartmouth… Also had a season-long, and Brown season-best, 45-yard run against Yale… Made 12 catches for a total of 90 yards for the season… Caught a pass for 16 yards at Columbia…Freshman (2008): Gained valuable experience playing for the Junior Varsity team… Secondary School Background: A graduate of Londonderry High School where he lettered in football and indoor and outdoor track… Team MVP…Set the records for single season rushing yards and number of carries his senior season…First Team All-State at running back…Played in the New Hampshire Maple Sugar Bowl…Recipient of the New Hampshire Mr. Football Award…Named the New Hampshire Union Leader Football Player of the Year and October Athlete of the Month… Recipient of the WMUR Hometown Hero Award for football…Winner of the Albanian Youth Award for Achievement in Sports and Education…High honor all four years…Member of the New Hampshire Chapter of the National Football Foundation and Scholar Athlete Hall of Fame…Recipient of the Springfield College Book Award…Member of the Spanish Honor Society…Member of the Leadership Program…Recipient of the Excellence in Scholarship Award and Varsity Football Academic Award…Personal: Spiro Alexander Theodhosi, born March 4, 1990…Son of Harry and Marie Theodhosi…Has two younger brothers, Harry and Nik…Enjoys weight lifting, football, and badminton…Commerce, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship concentrator.