The Hornets have won just two games at the Riddle Center during that time and seemingly lost contests in every way possible.
Saturday night was no different as Methodist (7-15, 4-5 USA South) rallied for a 67-66 victory.
Shenandoah (4-18, 2-7) held a 13-point lead as late as the 16:40 mark of the second and was up eight with 3:14 remaining, but saw the Monarchs steal the win.
Senior Mark Jernigan, who was suffering through a cold shooting night, hit the game-winning bucket by draining a 12-foot jumper in the middle of the lane with 3.1 seconds left for the Monarchs.
Jernigan put himself in position to hit the winning shot by making a steal and a layup at the 13-second mark to cut the deficit to one point.
Methodist then fouled Avery Green with :10 left, and Green missed the front end of a one-and-one to keep MU in it.
The Monarchs advanced the ball into their frontcourt, where they called timeout to set up what proved to be the game-winning play.
SU called time after Jernigan's shot, but turned the ball over on the ensuing inbounds pass, sealing the win for the hosts.
Methodist needed the last-second heroics because Green, who led the Hornets with 15 points, had given SU a 66-63 lead by canning a 3-pointer 33 seconds left.
MU turned the ball over on its next possession, setting the stage for the Jernigan's steal and layup.
SU, which led 31-21 at halftime, shot just 10 of 16 from the line and missed the front end of three one-and-one opportunities in the final three minutes.
The Hornets made 11 3-pointers in the contest.
Shenandoah is off until taking on N.C. Wesleyan on Saturday in a 4:00 USA South Conference contest. This game is also Senior Day for the Hornets.