Hoagland claimed $9,800 for her first tour win and jumped to 13th on the Duramed Futures Tour's money list.
Sarah Lynn Johnston closed with a 4-under 68 to end in a tie for second place at minus-eight. She was joined there by Yeon Joo Lee, who managed an even-par 72 in the final round. Briana Vega and Angela Park shared fourth place, but were four strokes further back at 4-under-par 212.
Song-Hee Kim, a four-time winner on tour this year, posted a 1-under 71 to end at minus-3. She finished alongside Kristina Tucker and Allison Fouch, who both shot 71 as well.
In-Bee Park matched Johnston's 68 for the low round of the day Sunday. That helped her jump into a share of ninth at 2-under-par 214. She was joined there by Jin Young Pak and two-time winner this year, Charlotte Mayorkas.