SEC Announces Ole Miss Soccer’s National TV Schedule

By Adam Brown
Sports Editor

The Ole Miss soccer taking the field in a 2018 match. Photo by Sarah Kane.

The Ole Miss soccer team will play a pair of matches on the SEC Network this season.

Head Coach Matt Mott’s club will be showcased on the SEC Network against conference foes Mississippi State and Alabama. The first appearance will be on Sept. 26 when the Rebels travel to Starkville to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the annual Magnolia Cup. Ole Miss has retained the Magnolia Cup for a record five-straight seasons.

The second time on national TV will be on Oct. 17, against the Alabama Crimson Tide at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium on the SEC Network. Last season, Ole Miss defeated Alabama 1-0 in Tuscaloosa.

Fans will also be able to watch the Rebels’ televised home matches on the ESPN app as part of the SEC Network + digital streaming platform.

The Rebels return to action this evening in Conway, Arkansas as they take on the Central Arkansas Bears in their final exhibition match. Ole Miss kicks off the regular season on Aug. 22 as they play host to the University of North Alabama Lions.

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