The No. 15-ranked Raven Women's Soccer team bounced back at home on Wednesday night as they earned a 3-1 win over Missouri Valley College.
Benedictine (6-1-0, 1-1-0 Heart) used a two-goal first half to set the tone as they earned the win.
The first two goals of the match were scored by Benedictine and were made within 90 seconds of each other.
The Ravens second goal of the match came during the 14th minute when Rosie McShane converted a PK after she was dragged down in the box.
Missouri Valley added their loan goal during the 31st minute when Julia Amador Mejias was able to send in a free kick just over a jumping Ellen Loughman.
The score remained at 2-1 through the half and throughout much of the second half until Ambuul added a second goal off a free kick deep in the corner during the 90th minute.
Benedictine held a 16-7 advantage in shots while they finished with a 9-4 advantage in shots on goal.Ambuel led the way with five shots while Olivia Meyers was next with four.
Loughman finished with three saves after giving up the first-half goal.
The Ravens remain at home on Saturday as they host William Penn University at 5 p.m. as part of Benedictine's annual Family Weekend.