National Team: Captain
of the Gold Medal winning U.S. Women's National Team at the 1996 Centennial
Olympic Games ... Played every minute of the USA's five matches at the '96
Olympic games tournament ... Named to the U.S. Women's Cup '96 All-Tournament
team ... One of only two players (Joy Fawcett) to ever play every minute
of all six U.S. Games at Sweden ... The "Cal Ripken, Jr" of the
U.S. Soccer National Teams program, she begun 1997 having played 63 consecutive
international games, a record for any U.S. National team player, man or
woman; Overbeck's streak started August 4, 1993 against New Zealand ...
A finalist for the 1995 Women's Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year in
a group that included Bonnie Blair, Steffi Graff, Picabo Street and Rebecca
Lobo ... She started every game for the U.S. women in the 1991 FIFA Women's
World Championship when the USA captured U.S. Soccer's first world championship.
College/High School: Won four NCAA championships while attending
the University of North Carolina ... Named to Soccer America's freshman
team of the year and received All-American honors her sophomore, junior
and senior years while at UNC. Club: Played for the Under-14 Dallas
Sting, starting at age 11. Personal: Formerly Carla Werden, she married
Greg Overbeck Dec. 5, 1992 ... Attended Richardson High School in Dallas,
where she played volleyball and basketball.