NCAA Women's Tournament 2012 Bracket And Schedule: Stanford Plays Final Four Game On Sunday

The Stanford Cardinal women's basketball team entered the 2012 Women's NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 seed in the Fresno Region and rolled all the way to the Final Four. They've demolished everyone that's been put in front of them, but the bad news is: so have all the other top seeds. Sunday's Final Four in Denver will consist of all four No. 1 seeds and Stanford has a tall order ahead of them as they go up against the undefeated Baylor Bears. If they can get past Baylor, they'll play for the national championship.

The first of two games will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET and will pit the Notre Dame Fighting Irish against the Connecticut Huskies. Notre Dame blew out Maryland to reach the Final Four, while UConn bested Kentucky.

On the other side of the bracket, beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET, the Baylor Bears will take on the Stanford Cardinal. Baylor upended Tennessee's Lady Vols to reach the Final Four, while Stanford easily defeated Duke.

Both games will be televised nationally on CBS.

You can click here to see the entire bracket.

For all news and information regarding Stanford Cardinal athletics, please visit Rule of Tree.

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