It took over 102 minutes to decide the final outcome on Wednesday night as the Raven Men's Soccer team pushed rival Baker University into a second goal-goal period at the BC Soccer Complex.
In the end, a 40-foot free kick during the 103rd minute pushed No. 10 Baker (6-2-0, 2-0 Heart) to a 3-2 win over Benedictine (1-2-1, 1-1 Heart)
The Ravens struck first, when Levi Spray scored during the 10th minute of play.
Benedictine held the advantage until the 19th minute when Baker converted the equalizer off a corner kick.
The match played through the half locked at 1-1 before Ryan Dickerson scored for the Ravens during the 71st minute to give the Ravens their second lead of the night.
The Wildcats answered during the 82nd minute and then the two teams played through a scoreless first golden-goal period before the Wildcats netted the game winning during the third minute of the second goal-goal period.
Baker held a 21-13 advantage in shots and finished with 17 shots on goal to the Ravens six.
Raven keeper Caleb Jenkins went the distance for the Ravens recording a career high 14 saves in the loss.
Benedictine returns to the road on Saturday for a 2 p.m. match in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, against Heart newcomer Mount Mercy University.