Brett Shepardson joins a distinguished list of Raven Football players on Wednesday as he was named an NAIA All-American.
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Benedictine Baseball had two come back victories for a sweep of Baker in the best two out of three in the Heart Championships Series against Baker University Friday and Saturday at Olsen Stadium.
The Raven Softball team earned a sweep over Missouri Valley College with senior pitcher Alex Gilham making history in the process.
After being shutout in the series opener on Saturday, the (RV) Raven Baseball team closed out their final road series of the season with three straight over Graceland University.
Benedictine fell to Central Methodist 1-0 and 2-7 in a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon.
Benedictine Women’s Lacrosse is headed back to the Lacrosse Championship.
Raven Women’s Lacrosse defeated Ottawa 14-1 in the semifinals of the KCAC conference tournaments on Thursday night.
No. 7 Benedictine Men’s Lacrosse couldn’t capitalize on the multitude of opportunities it had late in the second half and in overtime against No. 4 St. Ambrose Thursday at Legacy Field.
Benedictine Men’s Lacrosse bested Ottawa University for the second time in four days with the 19-11 victory putting the Ravens in the semifinals of the KCAC postseason tournament Saturday at Legacy Field.
No. 4 Benedictine Women’s Lacrosse cruised to a 27-1 first round victory over Culver-Stockton in the KCAC tournament with junior Natalie Wechter adding to her legacy with the program Saturday Legacy Field.
The (4) Raven Women’s Lacrosse team clinched their fifth Kansas Collegeiate Athletic Conference title on Saturday with a 19-2 win over Missouri Baptiast University on Legacy Field.
No. 24 Benedictine Baseball returned to Heart play on Friday and Saturday with a divisional series with Evangel University.
Benedictine football started a new era Saturday at Larry Wilcox Stadium.
Benedictine lost its second consecutive game against a top ten opponent after squandering a 5-1 lead late in the first half in a 7-6 loss to Columbia College at Legacy Field Wednesday evening.
Benedictine Women’s Lacrosse put together another dominating win Saturday by a score of 25-0 over Culver-Stockton.
Benedictine defeated William Penn 27-3 on Thursday afternoon as the Ravens continued their hot scoring streak.
(RV) remained unbeaten in KCAC play on Wednesday with a win over KCAC newcomer William Penn University on Legacy Field.
Benedictine’s Jaiden Bristol has been named to the NAIA Men’s Basketball All-America Team.
After a rough series against MidAmerica Nazarene last week, Benedictine responded with a solid offensive performance over Park University Wednesday morning at Ravens Field.
Benedictine baseball certainly didn’t have its best day at the office on Sunday especially pitching wise and was still able to close out a sweep of Missouri Valley thanks to two walk offs and rallies.
The Raven Softball team returned home on Tuesday for their Heart home opener after being swept on the road Saturday at the hands of Central Methodist University.
The Benedictine offense just seemed to run out of gas in the final three minutes with a 63-62 lead over St. Francis.
Benedictine Women’s basketball had its season come to a close Friday night in a 58-45 loss to Xavier University of Louisiana at Lakeland in the opening round of the NAIA Women’s basketball Championship.
Benedictine Men’s basketball survived and advanced in one of the most physical games it has played all season 73-61 over Central Baptist College Friday morning in the opening round of the NAIA Men’s Basketball Championship at Friends University.
Raven softball continued their season-opening homestand on Saturday and Sunday with four wins on Ravens Field.
Senior Michael Slaten continues to add to his legacy at Benedictine College baseball.
Both Benedictine basketball programs will have a shot at their respective national titles as they both qualified for the NAIA Basketball Championships Thursday night.
DUBUQUE, Iowa – The (RV) Raven Women’s Basketball team pushed (8) right down to the end of the game on Friday night as the two programs battled each other for a trip to the Heart Tournament Championship game.
OSKALOOSA, Iowa – (22) Raven Men’s Basketball traveled to (2) William Penn University on Tuesday night to play in their second Heart Tournament Championship game.
A fast start is what Head Coach Amanda Magee wished for with her team on Tuesday Night.
Benedictine continued to operate at peak efficiency on offense with a 96-82 win over Mount Mercy in the Semifinal round of the Heart Tournament Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Beating a team twice in four days proved to not be a problem for Benedictine men’s basketball.
Benedictine College Athletic Director Charlie Gartenmayer has announced the hiring of Victoria Hurtt as the next head coach for the Raven Volleyball program. Coach Hurtt will officially begin her duties as coach March 1.
Benedictine women’s basketball showed its grit and determination in the Quarterfinal round of the Heart Tournament Wednesday night.
Benedictine had a nine day layoff between games, but they weren’t rusty in their 78-56 win over Grand View.
Former Atchison High School basketball coach and Kansas Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Famer Matthew “Chic” Downing passed away Monday morning at the age of 72.
Benedictine women’s basketball put together arguably its best performance of the season to end the regular season with a 91-71 win over Mount Mercy Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
No. 25 Benedictine toughed out a physical win 80-66 over Mount Mercy thanks to a strong finish in the second half Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Jaiden Bristol shined in all aspects in Thursday night’s 87-64 win against Graceland.
A fast start by Benedictine saw the Ravens cruise by Graceland on Thursday night in a 61-49 victory.
PERU, Neb. – The (RV) Men’s Basketball shot 63.3 percent from the floor in the first half on Wednesday night against Peru State College and never looked back.
After rallying for a win in the seventh inning of their season opener, the Raven Baseball team exploded at the plate in game two as they earned a sweep over Bethany (Kan.) College on Laughlin Field at Olsen Stadium on Wednesday.
Joel Osborn’s first signing class as head coach of Benedictine football finished with him inking a total of 49 student-athletes to the program.
Two of the best teams in the Heart of America Conference gave each other all they could handle for regulation until Grand View broke away from Benedictine in overtime 82-70 Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Men’s Basketball struggled to find its shooting touch in a home loss Saturday.
Bendectine women’s basketball completed a sweep of Baker Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Ravens Wrestling earned a pair of wins at home Tuesday against the Central Christian College Tigers and William Penn University Statesmen.
Following a legend doesn’t faze Joel Osborn.
Benedictine College Athletic Director Charlie Gartenmayer has announced the hiring of Joel Osborn to be the next head coach for the Raven Football program.
It’s no secret that Benedictine women’s basketball has struggled against Central Methodist University the past couple of seasons dropping its last five games to the conference rival.
Benedictine men’s basketball survived a tough comeback attempt from Central Methodist on a night where senior Jaiden Bristol made some history for the program.