The Daytona State women's golf team has done it again.

The Falcons won the NJCAA Women's National Championship by 40 shots against a 20-team field on Thursday in Mesa, Arizona.

DSC has won 10 of the last 14 national junior college championships. All have been under Laura Brown, who started the program in 1998.

The Falcons (289-289—287-287—1,152) finished at even-par.

DSC was led by Jiwon Jeon (74-69-69-68—280) and Grace St.-Germain (71-70-72-67—280), who tied for first at 8-under. Jeon edged St.-Germain in a three-hole playoff.

Hollie Muse (72-73-74-78—297; 5th at +9), Kendall Johnson (72-80-72-77—301; 6th at +13) and Alison Crenshaw (81-77-74-75—307, 10th at +19) also led the Falcons.

"They played so well. They were just really motivated to go out and play," Brown said. "The course was hard. You really had to know how to land the ball on the greens.

"This is the best group I've had. They set a scoring record by 24 shots. This is what they practice for. This is what they play for. They just get the job done."