Carroll hit .279 as a team and forced Johnson & Wales (Colo.) into 34 hitting errors en route to a 25-10, 23-25, 25-21, 25-9 win over the Wildcats in a neutral-site match at Rocky Mountain College's Fortin Center on Saturday.
The Saints dominated the first and fourth sets, hitting 15 kills to four errors in the first and notching 12 kills and no errors in the fourth.
Holly Morehouse had a team-high 10 kills with just two errors for a .421 hitting percentage. Mallory Arbizzani had eight kills with just one error for a .538 hitting percentage and Briell Bumgarner tallied seven kills with just one error for a .429 hitting percentage.
Jonni Dorr notched 32 assists and 17 digs for the match. Natalie Kassa had 12 digs and two service aces.
The Wildcats tallied 34 errors and 34 kills for a .000 hitting percentage, including negative hitting percentages in the first and fourth sets.
Carroll coach Moe Boyle subbed the second team into the match for the second set. Carroll hit just .194 in the second set while allowing J & W to hit .219.
"I was disappointed that the second team didn't continue with the momentum," Boyle said. "It was a good opportunity to get them playing time. There is no doubt that we will need our depth throughout the rest of the year and I hope they look at today as motivation."
The first team returned in the third set and squeaked out a win before regaining dominant form and blowing out the Wildcats in the fourth set.
The Saints are now 17-4 overall and 5-1 in Frontier Conference play. This was the fifth-straight win for the Carroll.
The Saints return to conference action Thursday at the PE Center against Montana Tech.