Q. Angela, can you give us some idea of what it feels like to be playing the way you're playing two weeks straight? What does it mean to you and how does it feel at this stage of your career to be contending for one of the biggest championships in women's golf?
ANGELA STANFORD: That is a good question. You know, it's funny when you're playing in tournaments and you're missing cuts and you're kind of going about things, it feels like forever. It feels like you're never, ever going to make it to a final group. It feels like you're never, ever going to win a tournament. And when it happens you're like, wow, that happened really fast. So I think to get the opportunity to play tomorrow, knowing that I'm only 25 is really cool, because at times out here I feel really old. I mean with 13, 14, 15 years old, and even on the LPGA Tour, everybody is -- if you're not 19 or 20, you're old. So it's neat for me that it's happening when it's happening. And God's timing is perfect, and he -- I've learned so much. And to get to play all four years of college and to be in my third year on Tour and all of this to be happening is really neat for me because I think if you've ever spent time at the bottom, you enjoy the top much more.
Q. A lot of times when players are in a group and they're both playing well, they feel like they feed off of each other. Did you guys kind of -- did the struggles sort of feed off of each other? And the second part, is what was going through your mind as you were watching her putt to win?
ANGELA STANFORD: Well, I think unfortunately our struggles did kind of playoff of each other. I think if one of us would have started playing well, I think both of us would have started playing well. And you know, to make that last putt and to be on such a high, and to realize now I'm in a playoff to win, and then to remind myself, oh, wait a minute, she has to miss hers. That was hard to stand over there and watch that, because I couldn't imagine going from that high to that low in all of, what, two or three minutes.
Q. Since you won last week and since you made that clutch putt on 18, do you think you've got the momentum going for tomorrow?
ANGELA STANFORD: I think so. Obviously Kelly must have had an amazing round today. I don't even know what she shot. Was she the only 1-under par today? There were a couple. That's just an awesome round. Hilary held it together, when she could have gone south. But I think -- I'm excited about tomorrow because I know that I can play better. I know that I can play this golf course much better, and so that's why I'm excited about tomorrow and feel like I have some momentum going in.
RHONDA GLENN: Congratulations, what an exciting finish. Good luck tomorrow.
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