Trailing 14-6 after BC scored with 6:01 to play in the third, the Hornets stormed back into it with four straight to make it 14-10 with 11:15 remaining.
Bridgewater ended that run with an unassisted goal at 7:20, but Shenandoah continued its march with goals at 5:11, 4:56, 2:55 and 2:07 to cut its deficit to just one, 15-14.
The Eagles won the ensuing faceoff and took a shot with 67 seconds remaining but turned it over as the shot went wide and backup goalkeeper Jason Simpson picked up the groundball.
Following a successful clear, the Hornets called time-out with 37 seconds to go to set up a play.
SU got off a shot almost immediately, but Bridgewater goalkeeper Hunter Bagby was able to make the save and start a successful clear to secure the victory.
Simpson had seven saves in 38:23 of action.
- Goals: Schott 4, J. Baker 2, C. Baker 2
- Assists: Orlando Levins 3, C. Baker 2, Schott 2
- Groundballs: Schott 3, Levins 3, Jason Morgan 3
- Saves: Jason Simpson 7, Michael Beutel 4
BY THE NUMBERS
- Shots: SU 46, BC 41
- Groundballs: SU 30, BC 28
- Faceoffs: BC 20-of-31
- Clears: SU 20-of-22, BC 18-of-26
- Turnovers: SU 8, BC 18
- EMO: SU 2-of-6, BC 0-of-1
Shenandoah continues this homestand with a 4 p.m. ODAC contest Saturday versus Randolph. It is also the squad's One Love game.