JENNIE LEE: I think there was a leaderboard on 15 or so, 14 or 15. And I saw the scores and I knew there was three matches up in the air, and I actually knew that we were really, really close, we were at eight and a half and I was like, okay, we're still going. And then I forgot after we finished 16 and then I was going, wait, eight and a half plus my match is nine and a half.
So it just hit me. I had to double check with Jenny Suh and I was like, wow, we won. So I was shocked. I couldn't believe it. And it was exciting. Very exciting.
TAYLOR LEON: It's awesome. I hadn't really thought about it until I finished and then I realized that we had both won all of our matches or that we tied one too. And then it's awesome that I got to play with Jane and we had a lot of fun together and knowing that we were such a big part of winning the cup and that's awesome.
JANE PARK: Definitely it's great to know that we were a contribution to the team. And that we both played well. And I could tell you we both played our hearts out there this week.
I'm just proud of our little team and our whole entire team.
TAYLOR LEON: Well, I got off to kind of a slow start and I didn't play very well this morning. Jane played really good.
But then she started, she mishit a couple shots and I just was playing consistently and the momentum kind of went my way. And the putts started to drop and I was just getting on a roll I was excited that I was up as much as I was to help contribute. I was a little nervous at the beginning.
JANE PARK: Why are you doing this to me? Well, that's a tough question. Well, both were just as exciting. And it was definitely better to get off to a good start the first day.
Let's see, I was surprised to see that there weren't as many American supporters as there were GB&I supporters. I can see a lot more Ireland flags and great Britain flags out there. But I would say the overall experience both were just as exciting. Two years ago it was a bit of a nail biter because it was a close one. But two wins, that's, what more can you ask for.
JANE PARK: Just so basically my whole experience playing for the Curtis Cup? Well, it's definitely, whenever you represent your country it's a great opportunity to show what you're made of and be prideful in your country and play your heart out for your country. And it's been really, really, really enjoyable and I hope to some day play on the Solheim Cup. That would be great. Just to keep the routine going.
But, yeah, I definitely enjoyed playing all the Junior events and the Curtis Cup just representing my country in general is just greats, doing anything, I'm sure every one feels that way.