Women’s soccer might be one of the last places you expect a fight to break out, but nevertheless here we are.
This scenario happened between an Ole Miss-LSU women’s soccer game on Sunday during the SEC Tournament.
In the footage, you can see LSU’s Maya Gordon, and Ole Miss’ Ramsey Davis start swinging on each other.
You can see Davis, who’s a junior, grab Gordon, a senior, by the waist as they were going for the ball, which appears to set off the fight.
Gordon swats at Davis, and she responded by throwing a punch, and next thing you know both players began swinging on each other.
You can see the referees, coaches, and other players running over to breakup the fight, but the damage had already been done, as LSU’s Rammie Noel ran over and appears to grab Davis by the hair and throw her to the ground.
Davis, Gordon, and Noel were all issued red cards and ejected from the game, and have all reportedly received a one game suspension, according to the New York Post.
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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