later this week for the Virginia Tech golf team, and the Hokies hope toadd to what has already been asuccessful season in the Auburn regional.Brad Zahar has the story of one record breaking Hokie who is playing more than 8 thousand miles away from home. There are 1.6 million people in thecity of Harare, the capital ofZimbabwe. Scott Vincent is one of them.. But now he's made his home in Blacksburg as a member of the Virginia Tech golf team. The next namein a list of Hokie golfers who have called Zimbabwe home. Vt golf (4) 12:18:29 "There's kind of pipeline from Zimbabwe, there's been about 5other players before I came so we've got a little bit of a connection withcoach. So whenever there's a pretty good junior coming up, the coach back home will let Jayknow and he'll have a look at uswhenever we come up in the Orange Bowl. That's where I got recruited at the Orange Bowl. Coach saw something that he must have liked,I'm not sure what it isbut here I am now playing golf atVirginia Tech.The Junior set a record this yearwinning three tournaments.. Healso overtook fellow countryman Brendon de Jonge in VirginiaTech scoring. A big name for a guy who has found himself with quite some success on the PGA Tour. But starting inZimbabwe three-time major champion and World Golf Hall of Famer Nick Price is who Vincent says paved the path for golf in his country. 12:19:02 Absolutely,he's done fantastic things andput Zimbabwe golf on the map. Now we have Brendon deJonge who came through Virginia Techwho's doing a fantastic job week in and week out competing on the PGA Tour. We've gota few others guys doing great things for our country. It's just very encourging to be in their shadowsand hopefully do what they do one day and we'll just have tosee what happens. Vincent is a part of aHokie team hoping tomake it out of regionals in Auburn, Alabama this weekend. In Blacksburg, BZ, wdbj7.Stocks closed mixed.