The No. 4-ranked Raven Women's Soccer team returned home Sunday playing their second match in two days as the hosted No. 18 Hastings College.
Benedictine (2-1-0) was able to capitalize three times off set pieces to earn a 3-1 win over Hastings (3-1-0) to earn their first win at home of 2016.
Benedictine's first goal came off the foot of Rosie McShane when she pushed one under the cross bar during the 16th minute off a free kick that was set up by Anna Romano drawing a foul just outside the penalty box.
After Hastings blasted home their lone goal just past an outstretching Ellen Loughman during the 26th minute, Benedictine pushed their advantage back to two goals during the 32nd minute.
Emily Ambuul was able to pull in a rebounded attempt off a free kick from Rosie McShane after it bounced off the cross bar and settled in the box. McShane was given credit for the assist since her free kick attempt led directly to Ambuul's goal.
The two teams played to a draw in the second half with no one able to push anything past their opponents defense.
Loughman finished with eight saves over her 90 minutes in goal, setting a new career high in saves. Her previous high stood at seven and came on Oct. 27 against Graceland University.
Each team took 14 shots with Hastings finishing with a 9-6 advantage in shots on goal.
The Ravens remain at home for their next non-con match. They host a 7 p.m. match on Wednesday against the Park University Pirates.