The Gators won the 13-team event with a three-round total of 884, topping Liberty for the title by 15 shots. Voegel held off a slew of contenders on the back nine with a birdie at the 16th that was allowed him to seal the title.
Voegel carded a two-over par 74 in the final round to finish at even-par, 216, for the event – good enough for a two-shot victory over East Carolina’s Harold Varner, III and ETSU’s Rhys Enoch.
Host Jacksonville slid back into 12th place, carding a 25-over par, 313 in the final round. Jamey Salmon carded a one-over par 73 to finish in a tie for fourth at three-over par.
JU had a seven-over par 79 from Nick Torrance, an eight-over par 80 from Taylor Szyndlar, a nine-over par 81 from Brett McKinnon and a 10-over par 82 from Bobby Fredeking.
The round of the day came from ETSU’s Enoch, who was tied with Voegel for the lead until a double bogey on the par-5 ninth, his final hole, ended his round with a two-under par 70.
Florida becomes the first team to successfully defend its title in the three-year history of the event.