by Alan Babbitt
Both carded the tournament's two lowest scores during Wednesday's round at Bedford Valley Country Club as the Flying Dutchmen won with a team score of 286.
Gibson, pictured left, carded a 4-under-par 68 to earn medalist honors. The senior from Grandville, Michigan (Grandville HS) collected seven birdies and eight pars.
Kramer, pictured right, tied for second by firing a 69. The senior from Spring Lake, Michigan (Spring Lake) had four birdies.
Hope topped an eight-team field that included runner-up Calvin College (292) and third-place Trine University (294).
There are six 18-hole rounds played during the fall season. The regular-season MIAA championship is determined by the lowest team score after play is completed.
Senior Andrew Goble of Brighton, Michigan (Brighton HS) chipped in a 74 for the Flying Dutchmen.
"We're happy to get the win and happy to shoot under par as a team," head coach Scott Lokers said. "That was led by two really good rounds by Josh and Ben."