- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 190 lb.
- School Spring Arbor University
- Born ~1981
Ronald Peau was an outfielder for the American Samoa national team in the 1999 Oceania Championship.  When American Samoa won Silver in the 2003 South Pacific Games, he hit .519 with one homer, eight runs and twelve RBI in seven games. He led the Games in hits (14, 4 ahead of runner-up Henry Santos III) and RBI (tied with Roman Duenas). He was second in average (.010 behind Inoke Niubalavu), tied for 6th in runs (with Rico Castro and Jim Reyes) and only Duke Solaita (his college teammate) hit more homers. 
- Baseball Oceania History PDF, pg. 16
- Wayback Archive, Sportingpulse.com