Former Harrier Stallings Earns GC Outstanding Recent Alumni Award
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – Former Georgia College cross country student-athlete Anthony “Morgan” Stallings (1999-2003) was recently recognized by the university, receiving the Outstanding Recent Alumni Award.
The honor is presented annually to a recent alumnus that has established notable recognition in a career with the promise for continued success.
Stallings was a four-year runner for the Bobcats, garnering some impressive finishes at the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Championship where he finished 23rd and 27th in 2001 and 2002, respectively.
Since graduating with a degree in economics, Stallings earned his master’s degree from American University in the same field and currently works as a Senior Consultant at Booz, Allen, Hamilton.
He is a certified project management professional and also serves as a deacon for the Mountain Park First Baptist Church in Stone Mountain, Ga.
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