LONDON (AP) -- One day after upsetting Argentina at the Olympics, the U.S. women's field hockey team lost for the second time at the London Games on Thursday.
The 20-year-old defender's goal was her second in two days.
U.S. midfielder Rachel Dawson, who turned 27 on Thursday, remained optimistic despite the loss.
"They're a great team, and they capitalized on their opportunities," Dawson said. "But are they loads better than us? No."
Also, Maartje Goderie scored to give the Netherlands a 1-0 victory over China. The midfielder weaved through China's defense and beat goalkeeper Zhang Yimeng in the 10th minute for her 10th international goal.
"It should have been 5 or 6-0," Netherlands coach Max Caldas said. "I'm not happy that we had so many chances and not many goals. Otherwise I'm happy."
It was a repeat performance of the final at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, when Goderie scored to help the Netherlands beat China 2-0.
"The entire team is highly motivated. We all want to play the best we can, but if others are better, so be it."