Women's soccer: No. 2 JHU dealt first defeat in OT loss at TCNJ

Kronick scores her 11th goal for Blue Jays, who fall to 10-1

Freshman Christine Levering scored 13 seconds into the second overtime period, lifting The College of New Jersey to a 2-1 win against the previously unbeaten Johns Hopkins women's soccer team in Ewing, N.J., on Wednesday night.

The Blue Jays (10-1) entered the contest unbeaten and ranked second in the nation among Division III teams, with previous road wins at then-No. 1 Messiah and then-No. 5 Carnegie Mellon to their credit.

JHU got on the board first against the 13th-ranked Lions with a goal by junior Hannah Kronick in the 44th minute, her 11th goal of the season. But TCNJ (11-1) pulled even in the 51st minute with a goal from Korrie Harkins. The score remained tied until the 101st minute, when Levering collected a loose ball shortly after the kickoff and beat JHU goalie Kelly Leddy with a shot from 20 yards out.

Leddy had nine saves for Johns Hopkins, which visits Haverford on Saturday.

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