Hye Jung Choi posted a 1-under 71 on Sunday and shared second place with second-round co-leader Meaghan Francella, who only managed a final-round, even-par 72. The pair came in at 5-under-par 211.
Mayorkas, a former All-American from UCLA, also won this year's Tucson Duramed Futures Golf Classic. All totaled, she now has 10 top 10s in 2006 and seems to be poised to get to the LPGA Tour next season for finishing inside the top five on the Duramed Futures Tour money list. She pocketed $9,800 for her second win.
Sarah Huarte, who shared the overnight lead with Francella, struggled to a 1-over-par 73 on Sunday and finished alone in fourth at 4-under-par 212.
Jana Peterkova (68), Lisa Ferrero (70), In-Bee Park (70) and Brandi Jackson (72) shared fifth place at minus-3.