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Carla Overbeck

Carla Overbeck Carla Overbeck was born in Texas, but came to Chapel Hill to play soccer at UNC and has made her home in North Carolina ever since. She helped the Tar Heels win four NCAA Division I national championships and began an international career that would span 13 years. She was the captain of the U.S. Women’s National Team and recognized by many as the top defensive women’s soccer player in the world. She was part of three World Cup teams and the defensive anchor on the team that won the first-ever gold medal in women’s soccer at the 1996 Olympic Games in Athens, GA. She played in the WUSA with the Carolina Courage and continues to be involved in the game as an assistant coach for Duke University’s women’s program.

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