MILWAUKEE, Wis. – After scoring two second-half goals to force extratime, the St. John’s University women suffered a 4-3 Big East loss at Marquette University Thursday evening.

St. John’s fell to 6-5-2, 2-3-1, while Marquette improved to 8-6-0, 4-3-0.

Katrina Wethere scored the game-winner for the Golden Eagles eight minutes into extratime.

Isabelle Aviza scored her third goal of the season and the fifth of her Red Storm career in the opening half. With her tally against Marquette, the Medway, Mass. native became one of four Red Storm players to find the back of the net at least three times this season. She joined Zsani Kajan, Brooke Boyd and Ava Collins. Frederique St.-Jean and Athina Sofroniou added their first goals.

Trailing 3-1 at the intermission, St. John’s scored two second-half goals to tie the game, forcing extratime before surrendering the game winner in the 98th minute.

Marquette struck early, finding the back of the net in the ninth minute, as Rachel Johnson converted off a Katrina Wetherell corner kick.

Less than five minutes later, the Golden Eagles struck again, as Madison Burrier corralled a pass from Kylie Sprecher before burying it home for a 2-0 advantage.

St. John’s broke through in the 23rd minute, as Aviza found the back of the net to pull the Johnnies within one, 2-1. The sequence began as Jessica Garziano played a long pass up to Kajan inside the box. The Budapest, Hungary native found Aviza, who sent her strike to the left corner of the cage.

With seconds remaining in the opening half, the Golden Eagles added another tally off the foot of Alyssa Bombacino to take a 3-1 lead.

With nearly 25 minutes gone in the second half, the Red Storm pulled within one, 3-2. This time, St.-Jean rocketed a shot from outside the 18-yard box to the right corner of the cage, cutting into the Golden Eagles’ lead.

Nineteen minutes later, Sofroniou tallied her first collegiate goal to knot the game at 3-3. The rookie from Dix Hills, N.Y., send a towering shot over the head of goalkeeper Mikki Easter to force the extra period.

St. John’s welcomes Providence College to Belson Stadium Sunday at 1 p.m.