The U.S. women's field hockey team scored first in last week's FIH Pro League game in Holland, but the Netherlands answered quickly and often to secure the win.
Xan de Waard, who earned Player of the Match honors, and Kyra Fortuin both scored twice as the Oranje erased a one-goal deficit after the first quarter en route to a 7-1 win at HC Rotterdam.
Taylor West put FIH No. 12 Team USA on the board in the sixth minute, netting her own rebound and putting the Netherlands behind for just the second time in seven games this season. The No. 1 Oranje would find the equalizer on a strike from de Waard in the second quarter, however, and Fortuin netted what proved to be the game-winning goal in the 18th minute.
De Ward made it a 3-1 game at halftime before Fortuin, Yibbi Jansen — who scored her first career goal — and Marloes Keetels found the back of the net in the third quarter and Caia van Maasakker scored in the fourth.
Read the full game recap here and watch highlights from the game below. West's goal comes 42 seconds into the video.
As of Tuesday night, the Netherlands still sits in first place in the nine-team Pro League. The Oranje have won six of seven games, accumulating 18 points in the process to move ahead of Argentina (25 points in 10 games).
Still looking for its first regulation win of the season, Team USA remains in last place in the standings, earning just three points in eight games.
The U.S. will be back in action Sunday against FIH No. 2 Great Britain at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London. The game, which is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Eastern, will be streamed by Bleacher Report Live.