2012 NCAA Women's Tournament, Stanford Vs. Baylor Score Update: Bears Lead The Cardinal 25-23 At Halftime

With the first side of the 2012 NCAA Women's Finals decided, Stanford and Baylor are going at it to determine who will fill the final spot and take on Notre Dame. At halftime, the Baylor Bears are on their way to locking up that spot with a 25-23 lead over the Stanford Cardinal.

Brittney Griner leads Baylor in scoring at the half with seven points and five rebounds while Kimetria Hayden has added six points. It's been a defensive battle in the first half, as both teams have shot in the 30 percent range from the floor and only three total three-point shots have gone in between the two teams. For Stanford, both Nnemkadi Ogwumike and Toni Kokenis lead the Cardinal in scoring at the half with seven points each.

You can click here to see the entire bracket for the 2012 NCAA Women's Tournament.

For complete results and updates regarding the 2012 NCAA Women's Tournament, please stay tuned to SB Nation's women's basketball blog, Swish Appeal.

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