LSU and Ole Miss women’s soccer fight ends in three ejections


A brawl between Ole Miss-LSU women’s footballers ended in three ejections in Sunday’s SEC Tournament game.

The on-field incident happened in double overtime when LSU’s Maya Gordon and Ole Miss’s Ramsey Davis got tangled chasing the ball near the sideline.

Davis, a junior, appeared to grab Gordon, who is a senior, by the waist before the two players exchanged punches. A referee attempted to separate the two as the fight escalated, with players and coaches from both teams rushing to defuse the situation.

LSU’s Maya Gordon and Ole Miss’s Ramsey Davis battle it out on the field during the first round game of the SEC Women’s Soccer Tournament on October 30, 2022.
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LSU's Maya Gordon and Ole Miss's Ramsey Davis battle it out on the field during the first round game of the SEC Women's Soccer Tournament on October 29, 2022.
LSU’s Maya Gordon and Ole Miss’s Ramsey Davis battle it out on the field during the first round game of the SEC Women’s Soccer Tournament on October 30, 2022.
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LSU’s Rammie Noel, who is also a senior, then rushed to the scene and allegedly grabbed Davis by the hair, pulling her to the ground.

Gordon can be seen on the sidelines in tears after the altercation. Meanwhile, Davis was seen talking to her teammates as she stared at her ponytail.

Davis, Gordon and Noel received red cards and were ejected from the game. All three players would have received a one-game suspension.

Football player Ole Miss Ramsey Davis in January 2022.

Football player Ole Miss Ramsey Davis in January 2022.


LSU football player Maya Gordon in January 2022.

LSU football player Maya Gordon in January 2022.


Ole Miss took the game out 3-0 in a shootout. LSU and Ole Miss have yet to address the situation publicly.

Ole Miss will face South Carolina on Tuesday in the second round of the conference tournament.

New York Post

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