2012 NCAA Women's Tournament Bracket And Schedule: Notre Dame And Baylor Headline Tuesday Games

The second round of the 2012 Women's NCAA Tournament marches on, but the DePaul Blue Demons are no longer part of the action after falling 63-48 to the No. 2 Tennessee Volunteers on Monday night. Tuesday night features plenty of interesting matchups, as the No. 1 Baylor Bears continue their push to the championship game and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish hope to make their own noise in the tournament.

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

Tuesday Games
6:05 PM (9) Florida vs. (1) Baylor*
6:10 PM (13) Marist vs. (5) St. Bonaventure*
6:15 PM (5) Georgetown vs. (4) Georgia Tech*
6:20 PM (8) California vs. (1) Notre Dame*
8:35 PM (7) Vanderbilt vs. (2) Duke*
8:40 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*

To read additional news about the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, go to the One Foot Down blog and for more on the women's NCAA Tournament, visit the SB Nation story stream here. For more March Madness news and analysis head on over to SB Nation's NCAA Basketball page.

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