The Hottest Spring Bods in Women's Sports of 2021 Pt. 17
Final Weekend of a Sensational Spring
Once upon a time Desma Triplett was a sprinter for the track and field squad of Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Since then she has blown up a bit as an actor, model and anything else she wants to be. Triplett has over 136,000 followers on Instagram. She has appeared on shows by the All Def network and in movies like "If She Screams" and I Who Have No One."
Triplett has supplied fans with a strong catalog of photos and has worked with some strong photographers including Matthew Roharik. The versatile young lady has worked as a hair and makeup artist, competed in the Arnold Amateur Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini and Physique Championships and even has songwriter credits on the platinum selling song "Make Me Believe It," recorded by Rihanna and PartyNextDoor.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Mi'Angel Daniels was a member of the the Mid American Conference champion Kent State Golden Flashes at this year's outdoor conference championship meet. The intense hurdler won the 100-meter hurdles and the 1,600-meter relay at the Mountaineer Twilight meet. She got her first win of the outdoor season at the University at Buffalo Invitational in the 100-meter hurdles. During the indoor season she won the 60-meter hurdles at both the Kent State University Doug Raymond Invitational and the Akron, Kent State, Buffalo Tri Meet.
Off of the track Daniels has a bachelor of arts in fashion design. She is currently working for her master's degree in fashion industry studies.
Miami native Aaliyah Abdala played seven games in her first collegiate season at Florida National. In her first game she swiped a season best four steals in a win against Johnson. Abdala got an opportunity to distribute the ball against Warner where she dished out four assists and had no turnovers in 18 minutes of action. The 5-4 guard also has things going on off the court as she is the co-CEO of DNA Customizes, a custom clothing company for kids and adults.
Sprinter Ceonna Pipion started her collegiate career this season running for Fresno State. She scored some wins this seasons with the first coming in the 1,700-yard relay race at the Air Force Collegiate Open. At the Championships at the Peak meet her foursome placed second in that event. Pipion's first win during outdoor season came at the Cal Poly 4-Way, where she won the 400 meters. At the next meet she and her teammates were victorious in the 400-meter relay at the Widlflower Invitational.
In high school Pipion was an All-American in the 400 meters. She placed fourth in the 400 meters at the 2019 USATF National Junior Olympics.
During her first year at UCLA, Catherine Leger was a part of one win, helping her 1,600-meter relay squad win at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational during the 2020 indoor season. In the 2021 outdoor season, Leger won her first open race when she took first in the 200 meters at the Jim Bush Legends meet. Three days later she won the 100 meters at the Bob Larsen Track Meet.
Over the next two meets Leger kept up her winning ways with victories in the 400-meter relay and 1,600-meter relay at both the Stanford Invitational and West Coast Classic-Arizona. Over her career she has competed at NCAA championship meets on three occasions as a relay runner.
Leger competed in the U20 100 meters final, finishing third (11.64) at the 2019 Canadian Track & Field Championships. She also participated in the 200 meters during the Pan Am U20 Championships in 2019, placing fourth with a time of 23.25.