|Birth Day:||September 30, 1984|
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He won five straight sectional titles while playing at Penn Yan Academy.
Queener transferred and joined the University at Albany Great Danes, an NCAA Division I collegiate lacrosse program in 2006. During his first game with the Great Dane's, against the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, Queener ran the length of the field and scored a goal. He would accomplish this feat four more times during his career, setting a Division 1 lacrosse record for most career goals scored by a goal tender with five. While at Albany, he was named to the All-America East Conference team three times. In 2007, he led the Great Danes to the 2007 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship tournament, advancing to the quarterfinals before losing, in overtime, to Cornell University. Even though Queener was the team's starting goaltender, during man-up situations he would come out of net, exchange his goaltender stick for a short crosse and play offense.
Queener was selected with the fifth-round selection (48th overall) by the Rochester Rattlers in Major League Lacrosse in the 2008 MLL Collegiate Draft. Queener was named Rookie of the Week in week 12 of the 2008 MLL season. He went on to help the Rattlers win their first Steinfeld Cup championship, splitting goaltender responsibilities with Mike Levin. With Levin starting the first half of the championship game, Queener came off the bench to play the second half. Making 10 saves, Queener also was involved in "highlight reel" clearings of the ball from the defensive end to the offensive side of the field. He was a factor on offensive plays, and assisted on one goal. His play was described by league MVP John Grant, Jr. as "a special half by a goaltender." In part due to this performance, Inside Lacrosse named Queener the "Lacrosse Personality of the Year." Prior to the 2014 season, he became a member of the Florida Launch, the first professional lacrosse team in Florida. During the second quarter of the game, Queener took a shot to his hand. He came out of the game, and the backup, Adam Fullerton, was put in. Queener came out after halftime with a sling on his arm. He needed an x-ray. The shot may have broken his hand.
Brett's father, Harry, has coached lacrosse at Penn Yan Academy and his sister, has coached lacrosse at Pomona-Pitzer Colleges.
Currently, Brett Queener is 38 years, 4 months and 6 days old. Brett Queener will celebrate 39th birthday on a Saturday 30th of September 2023. Below we countdown to Brett Queener upcoming birthday.