Aside from the championships and the individual accolades, Ravena also broke some records in the UAAP. On his first ever Ateneo-La Salle game in the UAAP Seniors Division, Kiefer has scored his then-UAAP seniors career best of 24 points (22 in the first half alone) which is at that time the second highest individual scoring output in a first half of a game since Dylan Ababou scored 23 points in 2009. In their Final Four match-up against the DLSU Green Archers in Season 75, Ravena had his then-UAAP seniors career best with 28 points (16 in the payoff period) to go along with 12 rebounds and 7 assists. On August 10, 2014, he recorded his new career high of 38 points on their come-from-behind overtime win against UE before that his career high was 29 points on their second win of Season 77 against their bitter rival La Salle.  The 38 points that he made became the then-second highest points made by a single player in the Final Four era next to the 43 points made by the former NU Bulldog Jeff Napa back in 2002, currently it is the fourth highest scoring output by a single player when Napa's record was surpassed by the 49 points made by UE's Alvin Pasaol and DLSU's Ben Mbala scored 39 points both in 2017.  During UAAP Season 77, he also set a new record of most free throws taken by single player in a single game with 25 on their game against UE, he made 19 free throws out of that 25, the previous record was 19 set by another Blue Eagle Chris Tiu in 2008, where he only missed two freethrows.  His 77. 64 statistical points in season 77 is the highest recorded statistical points made by a single player in one season until it was surpassed by the 92. 43 statistical points of La Salle's Mbala in season 79.  His 11 assists in their second-round game against the Adamson Falcons in season 77 is the second most assist done by an individual player in the UAAP since 2003, only behind by the 12 assists made by Terrence Romeo against the UE Red Warriors in 2013, tied along with UE's Philip Manalang against the FEU Tamaraws and UP's Juan Gomez de Liaño against UE in 2018  Ravena recorded his season high and second career best of 32 points (21 points in the 1st quarter and 26 points in the first half alone) to go along with 3 rebounds and 2 assists on their second round win against the NU Bulldogs in season 78.  His 26 points on the first half is the most points scored by any player in the UAAP, it broke the previous record held by Dylan Ababou who scored 23 points on season 72.  Also Ravena is only the third Atenean and 10th player in UAAP history after Allan Caidic, Jun Reyes, Jun Limpot, Dennis Espino, Mark Telan, Don Allado, Rich Alvarez, Arwind Santos and Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. to win back-to-back MVP awards.