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.
Simply put, it was a nightmare second half with a disastrous beginning for No. 2 Benedictine against No. 7 Grand View.
Benedictine sealed its critical conference win over Baker Tuesday night with something coach Erin Cooper has stressed time and time again this season, blocking.
After grinding out a 27-7 win on the road over Culver-Stockton Saturday, No. 2 Benedictine will now face its biggest test of the season so far at home against No. 7 Grand View.
Raven Volleyball came out swinging on Saturday afternoon as they took on the Culver-Stockton College Wildcats in Heart of America Athletic Conference play.
Benedictine played a double overtime thriller with William Penn Saturday night that ended with the Ravens on the wrong side of controversy in a 2-1 loss at the BC Soccer Complex.
William Penn came into the John Casey Soccer Center on Saturday afternoon to face the No. 4 Ravens. The game started two hours earlier than scheduled due to impending weather concerns but the Ravens were the ones pouring on goals late in the game leading to 7-0 victory.
No. 2 Benedictine was able to pull out its fourth-straight win Saturday in Atchison, Kansas.
The Benedictine volleyball team continued to deal with its early season struggles in the team's home triangle with No. 7 Grand View and McPherson Saturday at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
The No. 2 Benedictine Ravens faced a little bit more adversity than expected in their 47-11 blowout win over William Penn at Larry Wilcox Stadium Saturday.
Coming to America was a bit of a shock for Apeldoorn, Netherlands native Fleur Wesselink, especially on the volleyball court.
No. 2 Benedictine football got the season started in typical dominating fashion.
The (RV) Raven Men’s Soccer answered the call in a strong way following Wednesday’s scoreless draw. The Ravens topped (14) Bellevue University Bruins 2-1 to move to 1-0-1 on the season.
The Benedictine volleyball team finished up the MNU Invitational in Olathe Saturday with two 3-0 sweeps.
The Benedictine volleyball squad began the season Friday night at the MNU Invitational in Olathe.
Not many wins in August feel like the one No. 5 Benedictine women’s soccer team captured Thursday night.
The Benedictine men’s soccer team had a number of opportunities that fell short Wednesday night against Waldorf University at the BC Soccer Complex.
DeMaria Walters still had hunger for football.
The No. 5 Benedictine women’s soccer team got the season started in commanding fashion Monday night with a 9-0 win over Sterling College at the BC Soccer Complex.
The Benedictine men’s basketball program held its one-day Elite Camp for high school boys who have a goal of playing at the college level Friday on campus.
The Benedictine men's soccer program recently finalized its 2019 recruiting class of 12 players and features 10 players from Kansas and Missouri high schools, and three transfers as well.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – On Monday at the annual Heart Summit, the annual award winners from the conference were made public. One of those annual awards is the Heart Athletic Director of the Year which was awarded to Benedictine’s own Charlie Gartenmayer.
The Benedictine volleyball program hosted its annual Raven volleyball season prep/tryout ready camp.
The Raven Volleyball program and head coach Erin Cooper will be conducting a season prep and tryout ready camp on July 27
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Benedictine College men’s basketball coach Ryan Moody has announced the Ravens’ 2019-20 schedule. This season’s schedule features 17 home games, four NAIA National Tournament teams, and one NCAA Division II opponent.
Atchison residents Giovanni Burk and Heather Ronnebaum are each going into their Sophomore season at Benedictine in their respective sports and are each looking to take a big step forward and improve upon their freshmen years.
Benedictine baseball program is coming off a solid season under first year coach Eric Peterson.
The Benedictine women’s basketball program hosted its inaugural team camp for high school teams to come in and play three games at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Benedictine women’s basketball added three pieces to the fray for a team that was already one of the most deep teams in the Heart conference.
Maur-Hill Mount Academy and Immaculata High School product Zach Schwinn recently made the decision to continue his athletic career at Benedictine College playing both basketball and baseball.
Benedictine men’s basketball continued to build its talent this off-season with five new additions to a program coming off one its most successful seasons in history.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Benedictine College has claimed the first-ever Heart of America Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cup after their overall performance through three sports season during 2018-19. The award will be formally presented at the Heart Conference Summit on July 29th.
The Benedictine basketball program conducted two of its summer camps this previous week with the Future Ravens Camp and the Summer High School Team Camp.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy standout and former Immaculata player Zach Schwinn announced he will be continuing not only his basketball playing career, but his baseball career as well, at Benedictine College.
The Benedictine women’s’ Lacrosse team just didn’t have quite enough to cap its historic season off with a win Saturday in the 2019 NAIA National Invitational Championship.
The Benedictine women’s lacrosse team will be competing in the NAIA National Invitational Championship for the first time in the program’s four year history Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The first-ever appearance in the NAIA Lacrosse National Invitational for the Raven Men’s Lacrosse team ended in the Quarterfinals on Wednesday night as No. 4 the University of the Cumberlands (Ky.) pulled away from No. 5 Benedictine for a 17-10 win.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the conclusion of the 2019 Heart Baseball Championship Series on Monday, the All-Heart Baseball team was announced on Tuesday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The trio of Alex Burris, Blair Shanks, and Molly Chevalier earned all-conference honors over the weekend with the conclusion of the 2019 Heart Softball Championship Series.
OZARK, Mo. – The Raven Baseball season came to an end in the early hours of the morning on Sunday as Benedictine dropped their consolation bracket game to Central Methodist University, 5-4.
The Benedictine men’s lacrosse team has been on a tear since the beginning of April.
CEDAR RAPIDS – With the final two teams decided on Monday, the 2019 Heart Softball Championship Series will get underway on Wednesday on the campus of Mount Mercy University.
OZARK, Mo. – The Heart Baseball Championship Series returns to the US Baseball Park for the third year as the action gets underway on Wednesday afternoon in two play-in games.
LEAVENWORTH – For the second straight season and third time in four years, the No. 2-ranked Raven Women’s Lacrosse team has earned the KCAC’s automatic berth in the the NAIA National Invitational by winning the KCAC Championship Game.
LEAVENWORTH – For the first time in program history, the Raven Men’s Lacrosse team earned an automatic berth in the NAIA Lacrosse National Invitational Tournament.