2012 Women's NCAA Bracket: Baylor, Stanford Advance To Final Four

There were two games in the 2012 NCAA Women's Tournament on Monday night that featured the top two teams in each region playing for a spot in the Final Four. The tournament has been chalk pretty much the whole way through, and that continued on Monday.

The first game of the night featured Pat Summit and Tennessee against the No. 1 seeded and overwhelming favorite Baylor Bears. If there was going to be an upset in this round, it probably would have come from this game. But the Bears were hardly even slowed down at all in a 77-58 victory.

Next up was No. 1 Stanford and No. 2 Duke, and as was expected, Stanford walked away with a victory. The Cardinal leaned heavily on their star Nneka Ogwumike, who had 29 points and 17 rebounds, in their 81-69 victory.

Follow Maryland's tournament run in this StoryStream. For more Maryland coverage, visit Testudo Times. Keep track of college basketball from all over the country with SB Nation's NCAA hoops hub. Click here for a complete bracket and list of matchups.

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