2012 NCAA Women's Tournament, Baylor Vs. Florida: Bears Lead Gators At Half Time, 35-26

The Baylor Bears women's basketball team leads the Florida Gators women's team by a score of 35-26 at half time in the second round of NCAA women's tournament. So far, Baylor is on their way to keeping their perfect record against the Gators as they came into the game with a 35-0 record, while Florida came into the game with a 20-12 record.

The Bears were led by a trio of players. Destiny Williams, Brittney Griner and Kimetria Hayden all chipped in eight points against Florida in the first half, while Odyssey Sims chipped in five and Jordan Madden added four to round out the starting lineup. The Gators were led by Azania Stewart, who also scored eight points, while the rest of the starting lineup maxed out at two points. Andrea Aragones came off the bench to add six points and Deana Allen chipped in four.

The winner of this game will move on to the Sweet Sixteen where they will face the winner between Georgetown and Georgia Tech.

For more on the Bears, head to Our Daily Bears, and for more on the Baylor women's basketball team as they move through the 2012 tournament, follow SB Nation Dallas' StoryStream.

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