According to their respective bios on the Legends Football League website, Seattle Mist running back Stevi Schnoor outweighs Los Angeles Temptation safety Ashley Salerno by 20 pounds.

That didn't seem to matter when Salerno delivered this hit on Schnoor:

Salerno was a international business and marketing major at Cal Poly Pomona where the student newspaper profiled her in 2011 and reported that she played football in "all-boys leagues from fourth grade until her freshman year of high school."

Within the LFL, which had been known as the Lingerie Football League before rebranding itself last year, Salerno has established a reputation for punishing hits.

The league's YouTube channel touts the play on which Salerno broke up a pass intended for Chicago's Ali Alberts last season as the "greatest hit in the history of football." Hyperbole aside, this clip has generated more than 381,000 views in the past 13 months:

Related Story: Legends Football League Unveils Its Top 50 List