Tuesday night's women's soccer match between the No. 15 Ravens and MNU needed 110 minutes to decide the outcome and in the end, no winner was determined as Benedictine (6-1-1. 2-1-1 Heart) played to a 1-1 draw with MNU (4-3-1, 2-0-1 Heart).
Benedictine struck first during the 37th minute when a handball called on MNU led to a penalty kick opportunity for the Ravens. Rosie McShane took the PK and was able to beat Pioneer keeper Anesa Curic.
The Ravens took their lead into the half as they finished the half with a 8-0 advantage in shots.
MNU pulled even during the 71st minute on a goal off a deflected free kick.
The score remained tied through the end of regulation and through two golden goal periods ending in the 1-1 draw. It was the Ravens first draw in 49 matches dating back to October of 2015.
Benedictine outshot MNU 18-7 in regulation with both teams taking one shot through the 20 minutes of extra time.
The Ravens finished wtih a 11-5 advantage in shots on goal but couldn't push another shot post Curic as she finished with nine saves.
Ellen Loughman finished with four saves over 110 minutes in goal for the Ravens tallying one save in the first golden goal period.
The Ravens hit the road for next three Heart matches, traveling to Dubuque, Iowa, on Saturday to start off the road swing with a 1 p.m. match with Clarke University.