When it came down to a final analysis, Maryland midfielder Jen Giles probably summed it up best.
Top-seeded Maryland had too much balance and power on offense, and overwhelmed fourth-seeded Penn State, 20-10, in an NCAA Division I women's lacrosse semifinal at Gillette Stadium Friday night.
Maryland (22-0) will play in the championship Sunday morning in Foxborough, Mass., against unseeded Boston College. But in the earlier semifinal, the Terps had too much firepower, as Giles (Mount Hebron), fellow midfielder Kali Hartshorn and attack Taylor Hensh (Marriotts Ridge) each had four goals to lead Maryland. Giles also had four assists.