Peru State College converted on 28.6 percent of their attacks on Tuesday night in the fifth and deciding game against the Raven Volleyball team to outlast Benedictine, 3-2.
Benedictine (15-12, 3-4 Heart) converted a season-high 66 kills but was held to a match low zero attack in set four as Peru State (21-11, 3-4 Heart) earned the win (29-27), 25-21, 25-11, (27-25) (15-13).
The opening set went to Peru State as they converted 17 kills to Benedictine's 16.
Benedictine used a match-high 19 kills to take set two before converting on 43.3 percent while limiting the blocking of the Bobcats to earn a set two win.
Heading into the match, Peru State was ranked second in the NAIA in total blocks (275.5) and they were sixth in blocks per game (2.48).
That Bobcat blocking factored in to set four as the Bobcats converted on eight block assists and one solo block to limit the Ravens attack to nine kills with nine attack errors.
In the fifth and deciding set, Peru State was able to earn the five-set win by converting two more attacks than Benedictine.
Four Ravens finished with double figure kills, led by the 16 kills of Patricia Moura. Hannah Grazda continued her strong run as she converted 15 kills while converting on a team high 36 percent of her attacks. Jamie Navinskey and Ashley Gray finished with 10 kills each to round out the Raven attack.
Emilee Clark recorded 52 assists, her most since finishing with 64 in a Heart match against Avila University on Sept. 6, 2011.
Defensively, Moura tallied 22 digs while Navinskey was close behind with 20. Clark and Chelsea Beckman finished with 10 digs each.
At the net, the Ravens recorded 22 block assists with three solo blocks. Elise Fulcher led the way with seven block assists while Gray added six. Grazda and Moura each finished with four.
Benedictine takes on their final non-con portion of their schedule on Friday and Saturday with a trip to Denver, Colo., to take part in a four-match tournament hosted by Johnson & Wales University.