The Wasps (5-1, 2-0 ODAC) reached the 90-point mark for the third time in the past four games (and the fourth time overall) with the win over SU (3-3, 0-2).
The victory is also the fifth straight for E&H.
Emory & Henry led throughout, took a 19-7 lead after one and held a 25-point lead by the 5:02 mark of the second.
Leading 48-18 at the half, the Wasps continued to press the action over the final 20 minutes. After the two teams split the initial 16 points of the third quarter, E&H outscored SU 14-6 over the final 5:07 of the stanza to increase its advantage 70-32 as the fourth quarter dawned.
The Wasps, thanks to a 67 percent shooting performance from both the field and from behind the arc, scored 33 of the final 44 points of the game. E&H was 6 for 9 on 3-pointers in the fourth after making just 3 of 9 attempts in the first 30 minutes.
SU was 16 of 54 (30 percent) from the field to 57 percent (39 of 68) for Emory & Henry.
All 15 Wasps players scored at least one point in the game. Jada Penn led the victors with 14 points.
Shenandoah is right back at it with a 7 p.m. non-league game Monday night at St. Mary's of Maryland.