KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – Freshman Pornvipa Sakdee had the best performance of her short career as a Jayhawk to help lead the Kansas women's golf team to its second team title of the fall 2013 season today at the Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, S.C. Sakdee capped off her 4th place finish with a 69 in today's final round, prompting high praise from coach Erin O'Neil. "It was great to see Faii notch a top-5 finish and break 70 in the final round," the coach said at the conclusion of today's final round. The Jayhawks led the event from start to finish. Coach O'Neil was understandably thrilled with the team's consistent play. "The team played so well this week, led the tournament from beginning to end." All five Kansas golfers finished in the top-25 of the 99-player field, a feat not yet accomplished this season. Sophomore Yupaporn Kawinpakorn shot a final round 69 today to record her third top-10 finish of the fall season with a tie for 7th. Senior Thanuttra Boonraksasat also shot low today, carding a 70, to finish in a tie for 14th. "Yupaporn and Thanuttra also went low for us in the final round which really helped seal the deal," coach O'Neil said. Junior Minami Levonowich finished in a tie for 11th to notch her fourth top-15 finish of the fall season. Senior Meghan Potee finished in a tie for 22nd for her fourth top-25 finish in as many events. It was a total team effort for the Jayhawks, as it has been all season long. The victory at the Plametto Intercollegiate marks the second team title for the Jayhawks this season. Moreover, the Jayhawks have finished in the top-4 in all five events played this fall. "I am so proud of what we have accomplished this fall and I am looking forward to taking it with us to the spring season," coach O'Neil said.