Olivia Moultrie scored twice in her first national team start, and the United States defeated the Dominican Republic 5-0 on Tuesday night in Carson, California, during the inaugural Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup tournament.

Moultrie, 18, making just her third appearance with the national team, scored her first goal in the seventh minute when she stretched to tap the ball across the goal line.

Lynn Williams added a goal off a pass from Midge Purce in the 30th minute to make it 2-0 in the U.S. team’s first game of the year.

Purce also fed Moultrie for her second goal in the 59th minute. Moultrie, who plays for the Portland Thorns in the National Women’s Soccer League, is the third-youngest player to score multiple goals in a game for the United States.

“I’m pretty ecstatic right now. I was just so happy to be on the field tonight. To have the opportunity to start is amazing,” Moultrie said.

Jenna Nighswonger scored her first goal for the U.S. on a penalty in the 86th minute to make it 4-0.