Daniel Settecerri, Men's Golf Roll To Irish Hills Invitational Title

Josh Gibson and Daniel Settecerri led a commanding victory for the 13th-ranked Hope College men's golf at the Adrian College Irish Hills Invitational this weekend.

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.

Juniors Andrew Goble of Brighton, Michigan (Brighton) and Ben Kramer of Spring Lake, Michigan (Spring Lake) rounded out Hope's second-round scoring with 76s.

Kramer (75-76—151) tied for ninth, while Goble (78-76—154) tied for 12th.

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