Q. How different is the atmosphere playing over here than it was in Europe two years ago, and do you think that will have any impact as the weekend goes on?
CARIN KOCH: It's a very big difference. Obviously, most of the crowds were not shouting USA two years ago, but I think the crowds so far have been good, I think the people that are here from Europe are doing their best and being as loud as they can, and, you know, I think the Americans are being a very good crowd, they are clapping for both teams, and claps are a little louder, you know, of course, sometimes, but it's not as bad as I thought it would be, actually.
Q. Do you guys feel at all like there was an opportunity lost being up 3-1 after the morning, and then having them come back and even it after the first day?
MHAIRI McKAY: I think we certainly expected the Americans -- they are not going to lie down at all, and just expected them to have a strong showing this afternoon, and you know, you can shoot a lot of birdies and both sides can play well, and it just depends on your luck. And the Americans came -- they are not going to lie down to us when we get ahead in the morning, or whatever. I think it was to be expected.
Q. Carin, Annika, this morning, you said was she beyond her normal great self this morning, or just playing normal, you said "The way she was playing this morning," you didn't expect to see her lose. Did she --
CARIN KOCH: Well, looking at her game the last two weeks, I would guess it's probably her normal right now, you know, she -- I played with her in practice rounds, too, and she is just hitting it so good, striking it so good, and everything is pretty much on the flag, so she didn't make it too hard for me.
I had a lot of good putts to hit, and she is just -- like I said, she is swinging it really good, so her normal is pretty good right now.
MODERATOR: Anything else? Congrats, ladies. Thanks.
End of FastScripts....