WINCHESTER, Va. - Visiting Frostburg State took advantage of Shenandoah's mistakes Monday night in an 80-69 non-conference men's basketball victory over the Hornets.
Frostburg (2-2) scored 31 points off of 18 SU turnovers on its way to the 11-point victory.
Shenandoah (2-4), which led 38-36 at the break, had 10 points off of the Bobcats 11 turnovers.
SU split those 18 turnovers equally between the two halves.
Trailing 30-17 with 4:52 remaining in the first, Shenandoah roared back into the contest on the strength of a 21-8 run to finish the stanza.
Coach Rob Pryor's club scored the initial four points of the second before Frostburg reasserted control.
The Bobcats had a 13-0 run from the 18:23 to 16:03 marks to turn a 42-38 deficit into a 49-42 lead - SU was held without a field goal from the time Avery Green hit a jumper at 18:54 until Jimi Starks matched Green with one of his own at 12:10.
The only Shenandoah points during this period were five Xavier Alston free throws.
SU was able to cut the deficit to five, with 10:25 remaining but could get no closer.
Frostburg led by at least 10 points for the final 6:05.
Christian Jackson had a game-high 27 for the victors.
Shenandoah had a 41-35 advantage on the glass with Alston grabbing nine of those boards.
The Hornets are on the road Wednesday at Marymount in an 8:00 non-league contest.