2012 NCAA Women's Tournament: Baylor Rolls Over UC Santa Barbara 81-40

Undefeated Baylor rolled over UC Santa Barbara 81-40 in the first round of the 2012 NCAA Women's Tournament. The Bears improve to 35-0 on the season and will take on Florida in the second-round on Tuesday.

Brittney Griner led the Bears with 14 points while Brooklyn Pope added 13. Destiny Williams hit all five of her field goal attempts for 12 points. Sune Agbuke and Odyssey Sims also finished in double figures with 11 and 10 points respectively.

Emilie Johnson scored 10 points to lead the Gauchos while Kirsten Tilleman added eight. UC Santa Barbara shot just 27 percent from the field in the game and were just 2-15 from three point range.

Baylor built up a 36-27 rebounding advantage and was 23-36 from the free throw line while the Gauchos were just 6-7 in the game.

For more on the Baylor Lady Bears and their journey to a perfect season, visit Our Daily Bears. Make sure to visit SB Nation's college basketball hub for news and scores on Championship Week.

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