Keri Mills was named the first All-American in Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis history in 1996 and finished her career as a three-time honoree. She became the program’s first University Athletic Association (UAA) Athlete of the Year, an honor that came following the 1996-97 season, while receiving four All-UAA honors throughout her career. Mills is the all-time leader in win percentage in Carnegie Mellon women’s tennis history and holds the single-season win percentage mark with a 40-3 (.930) combined record in 1995-96. That year, she was 22-1 in singles and 18-2 in doubles play. She was the only player in program history until 2021 to record a perfect single-season record in singles play with a minimum of 10 matches played when she went 15-0 during the 1996-97 season. Additionally, Mills ranked within the top 25 of Division III individually in singles play each of her four years.