On Saturday, Gibson and Settecerri both carded rounds in the 60s at Grande Golf Club in Jackson, Michigan, to power the Flying Dutchmen to a second-round score of 296 and a winning 36-hole total of 565.
Hope topped a seven-team field that included runner-up Wayne State, a NCAA Division II school, who was 37 strokes back of the Flying Dutchmen.
Gibson led all golfers during the second-round with a 4-under-par 68. The junior from Grandville, Michigan (Grandville) followed his school-record opening round of 61 strongly to come in 15-under for the two-day tournament.
Settecerri, pictured, came in under-par for the second consecutive day. The sophomore from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (Bloomfield Hills) shot a second-round 69 after a first-round 70 to place second overall.
Senior Kade Hoeksema of Byron Center, Michigan (South Christian) placed fourth after back-to-back rounds of 73.
Kramer (75-76—151) tied for ninth, while Goble (78-76—154) tied for 12th.