The Raven baseball team opened is final four-game home stand at the Ballpark at Benedictine with a split on Thursday against Avila University in HAAC Western Division play.
Benedictine took the opener 2-1 before falling in game two, 2-0.
Burns gave up one hit over the final inning and a third to earn the save and hand Egger the win. Egger gave up one earned run off two hits while striking out to two.
At the plate, the Ravens were limited to just four hits. Chris Johnson recorded a double while Josh Kagarise was credited with the Ravens lone RBI in game one as Eagles starter Cody Lewis gave up just one earned run over six innings in the loss.
In game two, the Ravens and Eagles faced off in a pitcher's dual as Ross Jocobs earned the start for Benedictine up against Avila's Brian McNulty.
In game that last just over an hour, the two pitchers combined to allow just seven hits.
Jacobs threw 68 pitches, scattered three hits over seven innings but suffered the loss after the Eagles scored two unearned runs in the top of the fifth.
Only two total extra base hits were recorded in game two, with Benedictine's Christian Patterson picking up a double in the loss.
The series concludes on Saturday at 1 p.m. back at the Ballpark at Benedictine.