Shenandoah (13-4, 7-1 ODAC) took all 37 of the game's shots in downing the Vixens (1-13, 0-7).
SU ended the first half with a 20-0 advantage in shots and took both of the corners awarded.
Just 2:02 into the second half, Emily Yergin set up Anna Wilson for the opening goal of the stanza. Wilson took her shot from the corner of the box and placed it perfectly into the right panel of the net.
Wilson netted her second tally of the evening with a nice individual effort in the 64th minute.
That goal, Wilson's fourth of the season, closed the book on the night's scoring.
"The women were able to enjoy this homecoming night win and now its time to focus on Bridgewater," SU coach Liz Pike said. "Congratulations also need to go out to Jenna Santoro for scoring her first collegiate goal on her birthday."