BLACKSBURG, Va. -- The Virginia Tech golf program has announced that Trevor Cone, Miles Curley and Scott Vincent have signed national letters of intent to attend Virginia Tech and play golf for the Hokies in Fall 2011.
Cone, from Concord, North Carolina, attends Jay M Robinson High School. Earlier this year, he won the North Carolina High School Invitational and finished runner-up in the Carolinas Junior Boys Championship. He was named to the N.C. Boys All-State First Team by the Carolinas Golf Association in 2009 and was the South Piedmont Conference Player of the Year in 2010. He was selected to represent North and South Carolina in the Virginias/Carolinas Junior Team Matches in 2009 and 2010. Cone also qualified for the 2009 US Junior Championship at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey.
Curley, from Rock Hill, South Carolina, attends South Pointe High School. An All-Region selection in 2010, he won the Metro Junior Championship and was named the Rock Hill Herald Golfer of the Year. He finished third in the 2009 South Carolina Junior Players Championship and fifth in the 2010 North & South Junior Championship.
Vincent, from Harare, Zimbabwe, attends St. John's College, a high school in Harare. He is currently the No. 1 ranked player in his country and won the 2010 Zimbabwe National Amateur. Vincent represented Zimbabwe in this year’s World Amateur Team Championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he led his team and finished 57th individually. He has won numerous amateur and junior events throughout southern Africa, and finished 11th in the 2009 Junior Orange Bowl International Golf Championship in Coral Gables, Fla.
"Trevor, Miles and Scott will each have a major impact on our team’s success in the years to come,” Virginia Tech head coach Jay Hardwick said. "All three have an outstanding work ethic and, more importantly, they are all fine young men who will be outstanding additions to our team and our community.”
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