September 18, 1998
HELEN ALFREDSSON: I knew I hadn't done anything, and everything was up to her and I was just praying for her to get it close. (Inaudible.) And then, all of a sudden: I'll take that.
Q. Nothing but net?
HELEN ALFREDSSON: Exactly. Nothing but net. But it kind of makes life a lot easier.
Q. Is this the kind of shot, kind of turnaround that maybe tonight when the team meets, it could leave you a lot of momentum going into tomorrow, Day 2?
HELEN ALFREDSSON: I think, obviously -- I don't know. I don't think -- I don't think the girls have been playing that well. The Americans have -- obviously have and they've been making the putts and returning the shots. You know, we've just got to go back and talk and obviously make everybody a little fired up.
Q. There is no quitting on the European team?
HELEN ALFREDSSON: There is no quitting. You're not getting very far if you're going to quit. We'll come back tomorrow.
Q. Good luck, Helen.
HELEN ALFREDSSON: Thank you.
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