The Ravens -- ranked 14th in the NAIA Coaches' Poll -- scored 22 unanswered points in the final 13 minutes of the game to pull out a 42-28 win over No. 8 Baker University.
Benedictine's huge offensive game included 685 yards of total offense, and its 42 points is a season-high.
Quarterback Bill Noonan led the way throwing for 457 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions on 27-44 passing.
The Ravens were trailing the Wildcats 28-20 early in the fourth after a Baker fumble return and interception off a tipped pass led to a pair of Wildcat touchdowns.
That's when Benedictine took over.
Noonan hit Emmanuel Ossai for a 57-yard catch and run inside the 15-yardline, and capped the drive off with a five yard touchdown pass to Jerrin Walton. Cameron Fore rushed in for the two-point conversion to tie the game 28-28.
The Ravens defense forced a Wildcat punt on the next possession and set their offense up with good field position.
Benedictine came back with a nine-play, 57 yard drive to take the lead. Noonan found Brad Lorang for a 11-yard score to put the Ravens ahead 35-28.
Fore ended the game with an exclamation point. The senior running back took a hand off 71 yards to the end zone. He finished with 16 carries for 171 yards and two touchdowns.
The Ravens are on the road next Saturday with a contest against Peru State.