Schauman led everybody coming into Sunday's finale and shot a solid 67 to finish with a total of 267, 21 strokes under par for the tournament.
Schauman's effort nudged out Sean Dougherty by one stroke as he claimed second place with a payout of $9,967.
It's Schauman's first tour victory this season as he has earned $37,501.40 since the tour started on March 11. His previous high finish was fifth place in Savannah, Ga.
Although he never topped his first day total of 65, his worst round was just a 69 on Friday.
Dougherty's second place finish was his personal high on the tour as well.
Tying for third place were Jean-Paul Hebert, Michael Letzig and Nick Rousey, who all shot a 270 during the four days. Each will be paid $6,300.33.
Jeremy Langley and Tee McCabe tied for sixth place with 271s. Kevin Haefner took eighth place with a 272. Josh Broadaway, Elliot Gealy, Brent Wanner and day 1 leader Brent Winston all tied for ninth place with 273.
Winston shot a blistering 62, 10-under par on the first day but collapsed with a 73 on Friday. He rebounded with a 68 on Saturday but fell back again on Sunday with a 70.
Rounding out the top few, Andrew Dahl, Raymond Franz Jr. and Michael Lavery tied for 13th place with 274s.