Video of an Ole Miss LSU soccer fight during the first round of the women’s SEC Tournament went viral on social media over the weekend. On Sunday, No. 10 seed Ole Miss defeated No. 7 seed LSU 3-0 in a penalty shootout to advance to the quarterfinals.
The game saw three red cards with all three being handed out in the second overtime period. With less than seven minutes to go LSU senior defender Maya Gordon and Ole Miss junior forward Ramsey Davis clashed near the sideline.
Both players were trying to win the ball when Davis grabbed Gordon around the waist and the LSU Tiger responded by punching Davis in the chest. Davis responded with a strong slap to the face and then it was chaos.
Rammie Noel, Gordon’s senior teammate, rushed in and exacerbated the situation by grabbing and pulling Davis’ hair.
The incident rapidly spread across social media.
Ole Miss LSU Soccer Fight
A wild fight broke out in the Ole Miss-LSU women's soccer SEC Tournament first-round match. Three players were ejected. pic.twitter.com/q07yHhdjr2— The Comeback (@thecomeback) October 30, 2022
LSU - Ole Miss in womens soccer is now the most heated rivalry in the SEC pic.twitter.com/TNvg96ovDy— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 31, 2022
All three players received red cards and earned themselves a one-match suspension. Ole Miss would win on penalties but then lost 3-0 in the quarterfinal against No. 2 seed South Carolina on Tuesday.