Carrie Miller

C0-Head Coach of Women’s Tennis

The husband-and-wife tandem of Paul and Carrie Miller are entering their sixth 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.

The Green Knights enjoyed 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.