SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The (RV) Raven Women’s Basketball team saw their four-game winning streak snapped on Wednesday night as Evangel University earned a 68-54 win to hand Benedictine its first loss of 2020.
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Benedictine Men’s Basketball team dropped a shootout on Wednesday night against Evangel University inside the Ashcroft Center.
Women’s Basketball returned to the court for the first time in 2020, taking on Graceland University Saturday afternoon in Atchison.
There was no rust for Benedictine men’s basketball off its 20-day break without a game.
2019 was a unique year for sports in the Atchison and the Northeast Kansas area from success at both the college and high school level as well as local kids making an impact on a division I football program.
Benedictine just couldn’t find a bucket early on against Clarke.
The Benedictine women once again stormed back late in a game for the second straight week in a row to grab another double digit victory despite trailing for most of the day.
Benedictine men’s basketball shot the lights out of the ball for first time this season in its 94-76 win over Culver-Stockton College Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Benedictine women’s head coach Chad Folsom took a timeout with about seven minutes remaining in the game Saturday hoping to ignite a fire inside his team that was mostly stagnant in the second half trailing 57-52.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Benedictine has had some rough games this season, but shook off the dust of Thanksgiving break and dominated the hosting Grand View Vikings on Thursday in Des Moines, Iowa.
DES MOINES, Iowa — An inspiring fourth quarter rally came up just short as time elapsed in a tough-fought road game for the Benedictine Ravens women’s basketball team.
As a life long resident of Atchison, playing soccer at Benedictine has been something Taylor Folsom has certainly had on his mind before.
Benedictine baseball is about two months away from beginning the second season under coach Eric Peterson, and recently announced 15 new Ravens for the 2020-21 season from the early signing period.
Benedictine wrestling hosted a top fifteen opponent for the second time in a week Monday night in its 39-6 loss at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Benedictine basketball won its third game in a row Tuesday night at Missouri Valley by a score of 75-70 after a 1-5 start to the season.
Benedictine women’s basketball enters the Thanksgiving break coming off a hard fought road win Tuesday night over Missouri Valley 79-73.
All dressed in black, the grim Lancers of the women’s soccer season for Benedictine College struck in a sudden, devastating moment on Saturday.
Benedictine Ravens football coach Larry Wilcox has more career wins without a national championship than any other active college football coach in the country, considered by some to be a dubious distinction.
Benedictine basketball ended its five-game losing streak Wednesday night with decisive 68-52 win over Baker at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Benedictine women’s basketball recorded its first conference win of the season Wednesday night over Baker 68-53, thanks to an aggressive defensive effort at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Marquis Stewart headlined 18 All-Heart selections for Raven Football on Monday when the conference released the all-conference teams for both the Heart North and Heart South.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The All-Heart Volleyball team was released on Tuesday and the Raven Volleyball team earned four spots on the team, one at each level of recognition.
FAYETTE, Mo. – Top-seeded Central Methodist University scored seconds into the 110th minute on Saturday to earn a 3-2 win over the three-seeded Raven Women’s Soccer team in the 2019 Heart Tournament Championship match.
MARSHALL, Mo. – Benedictine football wasn’t able to duplicate its success of last season but did manage to end on a high note with a 53-25 win over Missouri Valley Saturday at Marshall, Missouri.
Olathe, Kan. — The Benedictine women’s soccer program is headed back to the Heart Conference title game for a record eighth straight season.
This certainly wasn’t the way many saw the first five games of the No. 9 Benedictine men’s basketball season starting.
FAYETTE, Mo. — The Raven Women scored 56 points to earn a third-place finish while the Raven Men scored 120 points to take fourth place on Saturday at the 2019 Heart Cross Country Championship hosted by Central Methodist University.
Women’s Basketball took control of Saturday’s game against the York College Panthers late in the third quarter, turning a close game into a lopsided win.
Saturday night saw Benedictine women’s soccer team exact revenge against rival Baker earlier in the season with a 3-0 win in the first round of the Heart of America conference tournament at Legacy Field.
Baldwin City, Kan. — The Benedictine offense had a rough afternoon Saturday at Liston Stadium.
It certainly wasn’t the regular season home opener No. 9 Benedictine was hoping for coming off one of the most successful seasons in program history.
Benedictine women’s basketball earned a hard fought victory over University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma 69-65 on the first night of the Holiday Inn Express Basketball Classic at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
No. 13 Benedictine and No. 20 Baker will meet for 37th time Saturday.
Senior running back Marquis Stewart continues to run roughshod over defenses and stand out as one of the best backs at the NAIA level.
Benedictine volleyball has put itself in a tough spot heading into the Heart of America conference tournament.
The Raven Men’s Soccer team hosted Culver-Stockton College on Saturday night and the two teams proceeded to slug it out for 110 minutes as the Ravens went to their 5th overtime game of the 2019 season.
An interconference matchup on Saturday night Culver-Stockton College at Legacy Arena put the talent of the BC women’s soccer team on full display as they dispatched the Wildcats in a 2-1 victory.
The rivalry between Benedictine and Rockhurst was renewed for the second straight season but this time it was in the walls of Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Benedictine football got back to its winning ways at home Saturday in a blowout 64-34 victory over Central Methodist.
Benedictine College recently announced that wide receiver coach Dennis Murphy will be retiring after 40 years with the football program.
No. 14 Benedictine football saw a similar storyline play out on the road against No. 10 Evangel Saturday that ended with the Ravens on the short end of a 35-21 loss.
No. 15 Benedictine notched a much needed gritty 2-1 win over a Missouri Valley club who is right behind them in the Heart of America Conference standings Saturday night at Legacy Field.
The Benedictine Ravens engaged in a hard-fought contest against the Missouri Valley Vikings at home on Saturday, but the Vikings gained the advantage after a last-second corner kick went in before halftime, leading to a 2-1 victory for the visitors.
For the first time since 2013 the No. 15 Benedictine women’s soccer team will have to bounce back from two consecutive losses after a 2-1 home defeat Wednesday night against MidAmerica Nazarene at Legacy Field.
Benedictine soccer is basically in playoff mode by being on the bubble with only three games remaining in the season.
Nicole Kelly faced the kind of adversity that is the stuff of nightmares for athletes.
Benedictine volleyball faced a little bit of a struggle early on before finally taking down pedestrian conference foe Missouri Valley by a score of 3-1 in the match Tuesday night at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
The bye week came at a rather fortunate time for Benedictine football.
Two first-half goals helped carry Benedictine men’s Soccer past the Graceland Yellowjackets Tuesday night at Legacy Field.
Benedictine volleyball seized arguably its biggest conference win of the season over MidAmerica Nazarene thanks to a 8-0 run in the fifth set while being down 6-2.
The Graceland Yellowjackets came into Legacy Field Tuesday Sporting a 5-4-2 record and left with one more loss tacked on at the hand of the No. 13 Benedictine as the lady Ravens dispatched the Yellowjackets 3-0.