CAMBRIDGE, MASS. – Despite second-half goals from Isabelle Aviza and Brooke Boyd, the St. John’s women suffered their first loss of the season, 3-2, in extratime against Harvard University Sunday afternoon.

Eight minutes into extratime, Harvard’s Hannah Bebar sent a shot over goalkeeper Naya Lipkens’ head for the game-winner.

Aviza tallied her first goal of the season in the 62nd minute off a corner kick from the Red Storm’s (3-1-1) leading scorer Zsani Kajan to cut the deficit to 2-1. Four minutes later, Boyd tallied her second goal of the campaign for the equalizer. The Silver Spring, Md. native has found the back of the net for the Red Storm in back-to-back contests.

Three Johnnies registered assists – Kajan Jessica Garziano and Nicole Gordon.

Harvard jumped out to a lead in the fifth minute as Angela Caloia, the Crimson’s leading scorer, rocketed a 20-yard shot for a 1-0 advantage.

The Crimson struck again in the 29th minute, as Taylor Fasnacht converted off the cross from Hildur Hakonardottir to double the lead, 2-0.

Aviza tallied her first goal of the season in the 62nd minute off a corner kick from the Red Storm’s leading scorer Zsani Kajan to cut the deficit to 2-1. Four minutes later, Boyd tallied her second goal of the campaign for the equalizer. The Silver Spring, Md. native has found the back of the net for the Red Storm in back-to-back contests.

Three Johnnies registered assists – Kajan Jessica Garziano and Nicole Gordon.

The Red Storm travels to Newark, Del. to meet the University of Delaware Thursday at 7 p.m.