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06/01/2013 - 1:11am

(June 1, 2013)… Rochester native and Knighthawks forward Joe Walters will host two Sharp Shooter Academy programs in July at All Star Sports Arena. Kids will have opportunity to learn from the four-time World Champion and four-time college All-American.

Walters will kick off his summer programs with the Sharp Shooter Dodging Academy from Monday, July 22nd to Tuesday, July 23rd. Registration is limited to 30 students and runs from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. both days at All Star Sports Arena (557 E Ridge Rd Rochester, NY 14621). The Hamilton Nationals and Rochester Knighthawks star will thoroughly breakdown all aspects of dodging, using video analysis to examine each student’s technique and progress. To register for the Sharp Shooter Dodging Academy, click here.

The second Sharp Shooter Academy is set for Thursday, July 25th and Friday, July 26th. The shooting specialty camp is limited to 30 students and runs from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Walters
Will breakdown the art and science of shooting using video analysis to show each student what they are doing right and wrong. Students will learn every lacrosse shot in great depth and skills/ways to "get open" and create their shot. To register for the Sharp Shooter Academy, click here.

The first 15 to sign up for each program receive a FREE Lacrosse head. All students receive an Academy shirt. Giveaways and prizes will also be available at both Academies. Each program is $175 with a discounted price of $290 available for players that sign up for both academies.

The Sharp Shooter Academy will provide a unique/small group atmosphere allowing students to learn very important aspects of the game.

For any questions, do not hesitate to contact Joe directly (

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