The Crimson found the game winner in the 106th minute (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Finding the back of the net to end the game, Harvard women's soccer topped St. John's 1-0 in double overtime on Sunday afternoon at CCSU Soccer Field. With the victory, the Crimson took the crown at the CCSU Tournament.
Junior Leah Mohammadi slotted home the game-winner in the 106th minute, taking a pass from senior Dani Stollar and finishing in the lower left corner. Junior Danielle Etzel got the start in goal, making three saves en route to a 106-minute shutout.
The Crimson (3-1) outshot the Red Storm (3-1-1) in the game, 8-7, en route to handing St. John's its first loss of the season. Mohammadi had a game-high five shots, including three on goal, while Stollar and freshmen Sammy Murrell and Lauren Raimondo also tallied shots. The Crimson broke through in the second overtime for the win.
- Mohammadi netted her team-leading second goal of the season to give Harvard the win. Both of Mohammadi's goals have been game-winners.
- Mohammadi's goal was the fourth of her career, and she tied a career-best with two goals on the season.
- The assist for Stollar was her first of the season.
- Etzel tallied her first-career solo shutout, while she had previously shared a shutout this season against Providence with sophomore Kat Hess.
- Harvard has three shutouts on the season.
- The Crimson earned its first overtime win of the year, and held the Red Storm without a shot over the two extra periods.
- Harvard moves to 1-0-0 in the series history, winning the first-ever matchup between the two programs.
- The Crimson is unbeaten in its last eight overtime contests dating back to Sept. 4, 2015, and is 3-0-5 over the stretch.
- The win was Harvard's second on the road this season, and the Crimosn ends the CCSU Tournament with a perfect 2-0 record.
Harvard hosts Boston College on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at Jordan Field. The 7 p.m. kickoff will be a student rewards game, and will be broadcast on Facebook Live and the Ivy League Network.