Shenandoah (5-1, 1-0 ODAC) extended its winning streak to five games with the program's second-ever win over the Quakers (3-2, 0-1).
SU led for all but 2:34 of the game after Michael Brooks tallied the first of his four goals of the contest at 12:26 of the first.
Following a GC tally, Chris Baker scored back-to-back goals with Brooks adding another to put the visitors on top 4-1 with 4:59 to play in the first.
Brooks ended up with a hat-trick in the first quarter alone to give the Hornets the 5-3 lead after one.
Brooks connected with Kyle Morien to start the third quarter giving SU the 9-5 lead. Morien's goal would prove to be the game-winner.
Shenandoah extended the lead in the final stanza with a five-goal run to conclude the contest.
Goals: C. Baker 4, Brooks 4, Ryan Schott 3
Assists: Schott 3, Brooks 2, Baker 2
Saves: Beutel 10
BY THE NUMBERS
Shots: SU 46, GC 53
Groundballs: SU 33, GC 29
Faceoffs: GC 18-of-30
Clears: SU 14-of-18, GC 13-of-23
Turnovers: SU 14, GC 19
"This was a solid win for us," head coach Tim Marshall said. "We feel like we executed well in all phases of our game plan and a lot of players contributed."
The Hornets travel to Frostburg State on Tuesday, March 12 at 3 p.m. in the squad's final non-league contest of the season.