The Raven Men's Lacrosse team used a balanced offensive attack on Saturday en route to a 16-3 win over Clarke University in their 2017 home finale.
Benedictine (5-5, 2-2 KCAC) had two players score three goals, four players score two goals and two more score a goal each as they earned the commanding win over Clarke (0-6, 0-4 KCAC).
The Ravens used a six-goal first quarter to take a commanding lead over the Crusaders.
Brendan Boh anchored the Ravens offensive attack as he finished with three goals and two assists. Ryan Heinser added three goals and one assist to finished right behind Boh in points for the game. Peter Reimer, Peter Girard, Kyle Tomc and Patrick Schmitt scored two goals each while Daniel Lagenfield and Grant Mallett scored one goal each.
Schmitt led the Ravens with four assists while Girard added three. Trevor Svoboda and Remy Dujakovich joined Boh with two assists each while Kenny Hershberger and Mallett joined Heinser with an assist each.
Zach McGuff earned the win in goal for the Ravens. He finished with five saves while giving up three goals.
Benedictine outshot Clarke 49-22 while defensively the forced 32 turnovers by the Crusaders as Ethan Novacek paced the Raven defense with three caused turnovers.
After traveling to Manhattan on April 7 for an exhibition against the K-State Club team, the Ravens wrap up their 2017 regular season in Leavenworth on April 11 with a KCAC match up against the University of St. Mary.