Carrier is the winningest basketball coach in Ottawa history and needs just 11 wins to have the most wins of any coach in Ottawa history.
Ottawa rode on the shoulders of Alex Lundry and Kameron Lindsay, who both had career highs.
Lundry fired in 28 points on 13-for-15 shooting from the floor. He was one rebound away from a double-double with nine.
Lindsay was right behind with 27 points. He went 10-for-15 from the floor and had a team high three steals.
Julian Rose led Ottawa with 10 rebounds. Lundry also had a team high three blocked shots.
Adam Hasty finished with 12 assists, which tied him for second in the Ottawa record book with former Brave and all-conference performer Matt Green in single-game assists.
The game was close early with six ties in the first eight minutes. There were a total of 10 ties in the first half. Ottawa used a 22-10 spurt in the final six minutes to open a 49-35 halftime lead.
The Braves had a 22-2 advantage in transition points and hit 20 of 25 free throws. Ottawa shot 47 percent from the field.
Ottawa (3-3) plays 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Graceland in Lamoni, Iowa.
Haskell (78) — Lovato 12, Rousseau 10, Schneider 9, Proctor 4, Everett 11, Thompson 10, Bruns 7, Rudd 4, Pittman 3.
Ottawa (90) — Lundry 28, Falk 13, Adam Hasty 4, Rose 4, Lindsay 27, Newton 4, Haase 4, Regier 4, Hatchett 2.