2012 NCAA Women's Tournament Bracket And TV Schedule: Road To Final Four Continues

The Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado hosts 2012 Women's NCAA Tournament Final Four games, but the field is far from decided. The No.1 Connecticut Huskies already reached the Sweet Sixteen in the Kingston region, and the No. 1 Stanford Cardinal has done the same in the Fresno Region. Meanwhile, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Raleigh) and the Baylor Bears (Des Moines) have a chance to do the same on Tuesday as second round action continues.

Here is a complete look at the schedule for Tuesday. All games are listed relative to Mountain Time, and can be found on ESPN2 and ESPN3.

Tuesday Games
5:05 PM (9) Florida vs. (1) Baylor
5:10 PM (13) Marist vs. (5) St. Bonaventure
5:15 PM (5) Georgetown vs. (4) Georgia Tech
5:20 PM (8) California vs. (1) Notre Dame
7:35 PM (7) Vanderbilt vs. (2) Duke
7:40 PM (5) LSU vs. (4) Penn State
8:40 PM (11) Kansas vs. (3) Delaware
8:45 PM (6) Oklahoma vs. (3) St. John's

For more on March Madness at every level, visit SB Nation NCAA Basketball. Our 2012 NCAA Tournament hub has everything you need for the big one.

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