Lacrosse Club of Orlando to Host Shooting Clinic with Tony Lowe

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Lacrosse Club of Orlando and Tony Lowe will be holding a shooting clinic at Longwood Elementary School, 840 Orange Avenue in  Longwood, Florida on Saturday Feb 11th.

Tony Lowe grew up playing lacrosse for Long Island powerhouse Ward Melville High School, winning a State Title in 1997 and finishing Second in 1998. During his senior year, he was second on Long Island in goals (60) and points (109).

His play earned him an opportunity to play at  Lehigh University in the prestigious Patriot League. While there, Tony was voted athlete of the year in 2002 and 2003. He finished eighth in the country in goals scored in 2002 and led all of Division 1 in goals scored in 2003.

He founded Learn Lax Academy in 2004, providing private instruction, camps and clinics in the South Florida area. In 2008 he founded the Florida Snipers, Florida’s Premier Competitive Lacrosse team. He is also a camp Director for Nike Lacrosse in the summer.

For more information and to register you can visit www.ironmanlax.com.