Quantrelle L. Green began her bowling career in 1979 at the age of 4, in Flint, Michigan. At the age of 16, she became the first female youth bowler in the Flint area to bowl a 300 game. In 1996, Quantrelle and her family relocated to Atlanta, GA, and her bowling continued to flourish.
She bowled her first 300 game in 1991 and her eleventh 300 game on April 24, 2013. Her highest average is 231 and her highest series is 870, which is the 4th (Woman) highest in the nation; (Woman) highest in the State of Georgia and the highest (Woman) three game series in the nation for the 2010-2011 bowling season.
Quantrelle has amassed a very impressive bowling record and her overall consistency, dedication, quiet confidence and competitiveness, has earned the respect and admiration from her team mates and peers. Herein are the abbreviated compilations of her accomplishments;
- 11 - Certified 300 games
- 5 - Certified 800 Series (870) Highest
- 2012 Inducted Into USBC Georgia State Hall of Fame-Superior Performance
- 2012 Inducted Into TNBA Southern Regional Bowling Hall of Fame- Superior Performance