Connie Cloverfield

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Connie Cloverfield
(Rabbit, G)
ID# 1095
No. 63 – Albany Alphas
Position Guard
Species Rabbit ( Leporidae )
Gender Female
Personal information
Born (1997-06-11) June 11, 1997 (age 25)
Valley Home, CA
Listed height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Listed weight 145 lb (66 kg)
Shoots Left-handed
Career information
School Atwood College
FBA draft 2019 / Round: 2 / Pick: 38th overall
Selected by the Edmonton Excavators
Pro playing career 2019–present
Career history
2019 - 2020 Edmonton Excavators
2020 - present Albany Alphas
Contract information
Contract year 2021
2023 Salary $5 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Christaphorac
(OOC) Creator Christaphorac
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use


Connie Cloverfield comes from a large farming community. With 30 siblings all pitching in together to make ends meet, each of the Cloverfield kids looked for ways to differentiate themselves from one another. For Connie, that was Basketball. At an early age, Connie was athletic, but never really passionate about sports, more prone to being social than being sporty. Like most kids her age, she played recreational soccer and T-Ball (mostly to be doing things with her friends), as well as swimming. But it wasn’t until one of her (many) relatives started working for the Stanislaus Thrust that she became truly interested in Basketball. Perhaps it was the front row seats, or the fact that she’d never been surrounded by so many people before. It even could have been the start of an early crush on the team’s star player, Mitchell Redding, also a California native rabbit, and how everyone seemed to worship him when he was on the court. That game ignited a spark in her. The following spring, Connie enrolled in a local junior basketball league. Her natural speed made her a key player on the team, and being able to jump certainly gave her a leg up over her opponents. By the time high school had come around, Connie had established herself as a competitive baller. As a walk-on freshman on the varsity team, she helped to bring her school to the regional championships for all four years, the last two of which were won under her captainship, an honor usually only awarded to seniors, but her natural charisma and leadership made her an obvious choice. Connie was scouted by several colleges, but ultimately ended up at Atwood, where she continued to hone her skills. Though still inspired by Mitchell Redding, another California native rabbit was added to her list of inspirations upon entering college. If a pudgy kid from rural California like Lance Wildfyre could become league MVP, so could she. By her senior year, it was clear there was only one place to go after graduating: The FBA Draft.