The No. 15-ranked Raven Men's Soccer team took to the BC Soccer Complex for the middle match of their three-match home stand on Saturday night and walked off with another solid win.
Benedictine (4-0-1) used a four-game second half to put away Sterling College (0-3) en route to their second straight 6-1 win.
With the win, the Ravens have now scored 20 goals in their first five matches to outscore their opponents 20-4. The Ravens have almost doubled up their scoring efforts from a season ago as they only scored nine goals through five matches last year.
The score remained at 1-0 Benedictine until the 42nd minute when Adam James scored on an unassisted goal to give the Ravens a 2-0 advantage at the break.
Barry fed another scoring opportunity during the 48th minute, this time connecting with Calum James to give the Ravens a three-goal advantage.
Sterling answered during the 49th minute and looked to steal the momentum away from the Ravens before Benedictine responded with three more second-half goals to put the Warriors away.
Adam James scored his second goal of the match during the 53rd minute before Zack Ferguson scored off a Griffin Lloyd assist during the 70th minute. Ryan Dickerson capped off the scoring for the Ravens during the 73rd minute off an assist from Adam James to give the Ravens their five-goal advantage.
Caleb Jenkins earned the win in goal as he finished with three saves over 73 minutes of action in goal.
The Ravens finished with a 35-5 advantage in shots - the most for the program since recording 43 in a 5-0 win over Culver-Stockton on Oct. 1, 2011. The Ravens also finished with a 18-4 advantage in shots on goal.
Benedictine remains at home on Wednesday for a non-conference match against Bethany College at 7 p.m. back at the BC Soccer Complex.