2012 NCAA Women's Tournament, Stanford Vs. Baylor Final Score: Bears Pull Away To Win 59-47

The Baylor Bears have punched their ticket to the 2012 NCAA Women's Tournament Finals with their defeat of the Stanford Cardinal 59-47 on Sunday evening. The two teams were close at halftime, as Baylor held just a two-point lead, but Brittney Griner and Terran Condrey led the way for the Bears in the win, both picking up 13 points on the night.

For the Cardinal, they struggled to keep up with the Baylor offense in the second half. Nnemkadi Ogwumike had a great night leading Stanford in scoring with 22 points and 9 rebounds, but outside of Ogwumike's scoring, the team struggled to put points on the board. Toni Kokenis picked up nine points, but the next highest scorer for Stanford was Bonnie Samuelson with five points off the bench.

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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