The real action started after halftime, when the game was knotted at 33 apiece.
A layup from Igor Premasunac gave Davis & Elkins its second lead of the game to start the second half, but a University of Charleston barrage ensued to put the game away.
Guard Evan Faulkner hit the first of seven second-half 3-points by the Golden Eagles, who were 3-of-13 from there in the first half.
"Even in the first half we had good looks," Downey said. "We were sharing the ball, and eventually, those things are going to go."
Annett hit a 3-pointer, followed by another from Annett and another from Faulkner. The Senators had one free throw during a seven-minute stretch during which the Golden Eagles took a 14-point lead.
At the other end, the Senators were imploding. They hit only 4-of-26 3-pointers and were outrebounded 52-34. Devin Miller had 16 points to lead Davis & Elkins and Premasunac had 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Kesic and Quincy Washington finished with 10 points apiece, Faulkner had eight and Corey Jackson came off the bench to add eight. Even former George Washington standout Tino DiTrapano got into the act, hitting the first 3-pointer of his college career.
The Golden Eagles used 13 players and 11 scored.
"I'll tell you who was really good tonight was Terrell Lipkins," Downey said. "I think he ran the show tonight as good as he has all year."