Age 40 - 9/2/1973
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Exempt Thru: 2004-05
Earned Exemption: 34th in PBA World Point Rankings
Personal: Jason Queen…resides in Oreana, Ill., with wife Sheila and their daughter Alyssa…bowled a 300-game on national television in the 1997 American Bowling Congress Masters in Huntsville, Ala., as an amateur; was the first in Masters history to accomplish the feat…went on to win the Masters title, defeating PBA member Eric Forkel, 248-194, but because of his amateur status the victory did not count as a PBA Tour title…in 1998 the City of Decatur, Ill., presented an award to Queen for outstanding service to public citizens for his community service efforts, including bowling fundraisers and events…enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf.
2003-04: Improved his PBA World Point Ranking by 27 spots from the 2002-03 season, when he finished 61st in the points list…averaged 211.31 on the season, with a 215.08 average in the first half and a 207.82 average in the second half…best finish of the season came in the PBA Toledo Open, where he placed 7th after losing to eventual champion Steve Jaros in the Round of 8…had strong showing in his first major of the season, placing 9th in the ABC Masters in Reno, Nev…after that top 10 finish, missed cuts in six straight events, including withdrawing from the PBA Baby Ruth Real Deal Classic in Fairview Heights, Ill…finished the season on a high note, with a 24th place finish in the PBA World Championship in Taylor, Mich.
Career: Still looking for his first career PBA Tour title; is winless in his first 56 PBA Tour events …has cashed in 34 of 56 career events…is 1-1 with a 250 average in one career TV appearance; finished 2nd in the 2002 PBA Flagship Open in Erie, Pa., dropping the title match to Steve Wilson, 257-267…has made 17 match play appearances.
Awards: Steve Nagy PBA Sportsmanship Award (2003).