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Stallings earns second consecutive top-10 finish

ANCASTER, Ontario -- Former Tennessee Tech golfer Scott Stallings followed up his victory at last week's PGA True South Classic with another top-10 performance at the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday. Stallings shot even on the final day, but finished -12 for the tournament.

Stallings circled three birdies and surrendered three bogeys in his Sunday tour of Hamilton Golf & Country Club. His 14 GIR were solid, but 33 putts and a 2.00 putting average kept the championship just out of reach.

His best hole of the tournament came on Saturday when he holed a 103-yard approach shot en route to a third-round 63.

Stallings earned 85 points for his performance, moving him up 16 spots to 82nd in the FedEx Cup Standings. He now sits at number 121 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

263 Scott Piercy (U.S.)             62 67 67 67 
264 Robert Garrigus (U.S.)          64 66 64 70 
    William McGirt (U.S.)           63 66 66 69 
266 Josh Teater (U.S.)              67 65 68 66 
    Bud Cauley (U.S.)               70 63 67 66 
    Chris Kirk (U.S.)               69 66 63 68 
268 Vijay Singh (Fiji)              65 67 69 67 
    Bo Van Pelt (U.S.)              65 66 67 70 
    
Scott Stallings (U.S.)          69 66 63 70

The 2007 graduate made his name known in the fall when he won the Greenbrier Classic as a rookie in 2011. A native of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Stallings was one of the most decorated players in Tennessee Tech and Ohio Valley Conference golf history during his playing career from 2002 to 2006.