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Carrie Miller

Co-Head Coach of Women’s Tennis

The husband-and-wife tandem of Paul and Carrie Miller are entering their eighth year as the co-head women’s tennis coaches after five years as co-head coaches of the St. Norbert College men’s tennis team.

St. Norbert enjoyed a banner 2014-15 season, finishing 24-8 and winning the Midwest Conference championship. The Green Knights also earned the MWC's automatic berth into the NCAA Division III Tournament.

The Green Knights fashioned their winningest women's tennis season ever in 2013-14, posting a 24-5 record in dual meets while recording a third-place Midwest Conference finish.

St. Norbert saw its first NCAA national men's tennis qualifier in the spring of 2006 under their watch, with Aaron Sunday qualifying for the 32-man field – repeating the feat in 2007.

St. Norbert's second-place Midwest Conference finish in 2007 was its best in school history.

The duo had previously served the Green Knights as co-head coaches for the women’s tennis squad in 2003 on an interim basis, leading St. Norbert to a 8-3 dual meet record and a fifth-place finish in the Midwest Conference.

Miller, the former Carrie Zeman, competed collegiately at St. Norbert from 1995 to 1998. She was a four-time letterwinner for the Green Knights and was part of the team’s most valuable doubles pairing her senior year. She was also a team captain for three years.