A male cheerleader for the Missouri Tigers got more than he bargained for when he knocked on the door of his next door neighbors and asked them to keep the noise down.
He ended up with a broken nose and a black eye.
The occupants of the apartment were players for the Missouri basketball team who were celebrating a big win over the Pan-American team.
Police arrested seniors Amanda Hanneman and Jessra "The Enforcer" Johnson and charged them with assault and "dynamic disturbance." The two top scorers for the Lady Tigers were suspended from the team indefinitely.
Police say Missouri senior Justin Short, complained to his female roommate -- who was at the party next door -- that she and her friends were being too loud. It was then that police say the basketball players started smacking him around.
Witnesses say Short attempted to restrain his roomie, but was then jumped by the other players.
Police described the dispute as more of a brawl, "with at least eight people" trying to break it up and/or get involved in the punching. Coach Cindy Stein has suspended her two players indefinitely, but even without their top two scorers—according to the Missouri Media Guide, Johnson's nickname is "The Enforcer"—the Tigers still managed to beat Murray State by 39 points on Sunday. Read More...
Meawhile, Hanneman took to her twitter page as if nothing had happened.