Austin Dasent scored 11 points with seven rebounds for the Tigers (14-16, 11-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference), who hit 12 3-pointers and made 21 of 24 free throws.
Jenkins, Dasent and Ty'lik Evans each hit 3s amid a 17-2 run for a 61-42 Tigers lead early in the second half. The Eagles closed to 79-73 on Raekwon Harney's layup with 1:27 left, but got no closer as Fenner and Jenkins combined for six free throws in the final 55 seconds.
Fenner's layup put the Tigers up for good at 23-21, and his 3 at the buzzer gave Savannah State a lead 42-38 at halftime after it made eight 3s and shot 37.5 percent from the field.
No. 10 Kentucky working out kinks, hosts North Dakota
Tenth-ranked Kentucky returns to action Wednesday against North Dakota with coach John Calipari trying to move his basketball team forward by taking a huge step backward.
It's about a five-hour ride from Clinton, Miss., to Auburn, Ala., but the gap between the Mississippi College and Auburn on the hardwood is more like 5 million miles.
No. 1 Duke hears the noise, hosts Eastern Michigan
The noise could become louder for Duke.