The Raven men's basketball team took to the home hardwood on Saturday afternoon to take on Park University inside the Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Benedictine remained unbeaten at home as they used a 43-point second half to earn a 75-52 win over Park.
After converting 42.9 percent from the floor over the first 20 minutes, Benedictine heated up to 66.7 percent in the second half while holding Park to single digit field goals and just 32 percent from the floor.
Park led by as much as seven points early in the first half.
Benedictine went on a 11-0 run to erase their deficit and push the momentum into their favor headed into the half.
After leading by four points, it took Benedictine six minutes to push ahead by 11 points and they never looked back as they pushed ahead by as much as 19 points before icing the game from the line to earn the 23-point win.
Five Ravens finished in double figures as the Ravens converted on 12 of 21 from beyond the arc.
For the second straight game, guard Jonathan Anaewke (Soph., Shawnee) led the Ravens in scoring with 15 points.
Guard Brett Fisher (Soph., Overland Park), forward Charlie Wallrapp (Jr., Omaha) and guard Shawn Fleming, Jr., (Fr., Dayton, Ohio) all scored 12 points while guard John Harris, Jr. (Fr., Lincoln, Neb.) finished with 10 points.
The Ravens return to the road for their next three games. They travel to Leavenworth on Tuesday for a 5 p.m. game against the University of St. Mary before heading down to Wichita on the weekend for a pair of games at Friends University.