Carrie (Miller) Bast lettered four times for the Cavs' volleyball team from 1988-92. Miller (Louisville HS) starred as a middle hitter and was the first Walsh volleyball player to receive All-American status when she was accorded honorable mention honors in 1989. Walsh reaped the benefits as a team as well, finishing 34-5 Miller's freshman year and 115-42 over her four years. The Cavs won their first District 22 Championship in 1989 and were one match away from the NAIA National Championships in Hawaii. Carrie was named first team All-MOC and first team All-District 22 three times. She was also a NAIA Scholar-Athlete in 1991, was Co-MOC Player of the Year in 1990 and Walsh's Female Athlete of the Year in 1991 and 1992. Carrie recorded 1,351 kills in her last three years, with a career high 475 kills in 1990. Her 4.5 kills per game average for a single season still ranks in the Cavs' all-time top ten.