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Solheim: Europe win cup 14.5 - 11.5
Pat Bradley wants to end Solheim captaincy
Sorenstam slams American bad sportmanship
European wildcard picks prove decisive
Dale Reid already set on Solheim defence
Matthew departs Solheim Cup in tears
Solheim Cup: Friday's pairings announced
Catriona Matthew placed on Solheim standby
Loch Lomond apologises for course condition
Dale Reid defends Solheim Cup wildcards
Solheim Cup Records
Solheim Cup founder - Karsten Solheim
Europeans confident heading into Solheim Cup
Sorenstam not happy with Solheim Cup picks
Solheim Cup course causes concerns

US announce final Solheim Cup team

Final European Solheim Cup team announced

Solheim Cup, biennial matches between top women professionals from the United States and Europe.

October 6–8.

Loch Lomond Golf Club, a 6,338–yard, par–72 course designed by Tom Weiskopf.

Eight alternate–shot matches Friday, six best–ball matches Saturday and 12 singles matches on Sunday. One point available from each match for a total of 26. The United States needs 13 points to retain the Cup. Europe needs 13 1/2 to win.

Defending champion
The U.S. won 16–12 in 1998 at Muirfield Village in Ohio.

The United States leads, 4–1. Europe's only victory came in 1992 at the Dalmahoy in Scotland.

Pat Bradley (U.S.), Dale Reid (Europe).

U.S. Team
Juli Inkster, Meg Mallon, Dottie Pepper, Rosie Jones, Sherri Steinhauer, Pat Hurst, Kelly Robbins, Michele Redman, Nancy Scranton, Becky Iverson, Beth Daniel, Brandie Burton.

Europem Team
Sophie Gustafson, Trish Johnson, Laura Davies, Alison Nicholas, Patrice Meunier Lebouc, Raquel Carriedo, Annika Sorenstam, Helen Alfredsson, Carin Koch, Janice Moodie, Liselotte Neumann, Catrin Nilsmark.

Solheim Cup teams
(name, age, home, W–L–T record, total Solheim points) x–wild–card pick: