Louise Ellenberger

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Louise Ellenberger
(Brown Swiss Cow, F/C)
Louise Ellenberger.jpg
Illustrated by KatVixen
No. 83 – Tallahassee Typhoons
Position Bigfur
Species Brown Swiss Cow ( Bovidae )
Gender Female
Big Mama
Personal information
Born Palmetto, LA
Nationality American
Listed height 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m)
Listed weight 214 lb (97 kg)
Shoots Right
Career information
College Louisiana State
FBA draft 2011 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
Selected by the Biloxi Mudpuppies
Pro playing career 2011–present
Career history
2011-2012 Biloxi Mudpuppies
2012-2013 Biloxi Voodoo
2013-2014 Spokane Rapids
2014-2016 Seattle Summit
2016-2017 Albany Alphas
2017-2018 Pittsburgh Keystones
2018-present Tallahassee Typhoons
Career highlights and awards
  • FBA Rookie All-Star (2012)
Contract information
Contract year 2017
2020 Salary $3 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Unknown
(OOC) Creator Paul Shep
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

Louise Ellenberger is a female brown Swiss cow big fur currently playing for the Seattle Summit.


Louise grew up in the small rural town of Palmetto, Louisiana. Her ancestry is Swiss and African-American, as her great-grandparents from her mother's side moved to Louisiana, shortly before World War 2. She is a simple farm cowgirl, who loves the rural environment, but also likes the big cities. Louise has a strong built body, very fit for farm work. She's 7' tall and weighs 214 lbs. Her fur is copper brown with white trims and has dark brown-colored hooves and fingertips. She fell in love with basketball as she was browsing through New Orleans, and saw an FBA game on TV, watching the Biloxi Mudpuppies. She was amazed by the game that she started practicing and learning the game right after finishing her chores on the farm. Despite the unsuitable conditions, she learned quickly, so that she proved herself worthy to join her high school team. Her love for the Mudpuppies also grew with playing her sport. ""Big Mama"" was one of the tallest female players of her league, and established herself with her team to the top, winning two championships, up until her senior year. Discovered by LSU, she was flattered when she received a basketball scholarship, and off she went to college level in almost no time. While working for her degree in Agriculture, she blew away the competition on the court. Her strong body was no match for her opponents, as she kept cleaning rebounds and finishing alley-ops with ease and barely any sweat, becoming one of the most feared female players. Scouts from the FBA kept checking her out, not only because of what she could do on the court, but also for reasons that are similar to cases with Vera la Tierra (Red Fox, G, WIL) at last year's draft. Her strengths are, as mentioned before, her backboard play and lay-ups, getting herself in the way of her opponents to get rebounds. Her blocking is also of excellent quality, but her shooting is average. Her only weaknesses are her free throws and lack of ability to steal the ball. Her built can make her slow at times. She can get cocky with her tomboyish attitude towards opponents, but has a very caring nature for her teammates and everyone around her, making her a very likable athlete. She would become the first female bovine to play in the FBA. Louise is a great addition for anyone looking for more rebounds and play finishing, and of course, a strong body.