Upsets finally made an appearance in the 2011 Women's NCAA Tournament on Tuesday as higher seeds fell in bunches. However, the No. 1 seeds in action all moved on as Baylor and Connecticut both booked tickets into the Sweet 16 of the Women's March Madness. A few other high seeds won't be joining them after falling in the round of 32.
Louisville, a No. 7 seed, Georgetown, a No. 5 seed, and Oklahoma, a No. 6 seed, all pulled off upsets on Tuesday to join the No. 1 seeds in the Sweet 16. Georgia made it four, knocking off No. 3 seed Florida State, 61-59.
The rest of the results and an updated bracket can be found below. The Sweet 16 gets underway on Saturday as eight teams take the floor at regional sites.
No. 1 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 9 Purdue Boilermakers, 64-40
No. 5 Georgetown Hoyas def. No. 4 Maryland Terrapins, 79-57
No. 3 DePaul def. No. 6 Penn St. Nittany Lions, 75-73
No. 2 Duke Blue Devils def. No. 10 Marist, 71-66
No. 1 Tennessee Volunteers def. No. 8 Marquette Golden Eagles, 79-70
No. 4 Ohio St. Buckeyes def. No. 5 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 67-60
No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners def. No. 3 Miami Hurricanes, 88-83
No. 2 Notre Dame Fighting Irish def. No. 10 Temple Owls, 77-64
No. 1 Baylor Bears def. No. 9 West Virginia Mountaineers, 82-68
No. 5 Green Bay def. No. 4 Michigan St. Spartans, 65-58
No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs def. No. 3 Florida St. Seminoles, 61-59
No. 2 Texas A&M Aggies def. No. 7 Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 70-48
No. 1 Stanford Cardinal def. No. 9 St. John's Red Storm, 75-49
No. 5 North Carolina Tar Heels def. No. 4 Kentucky Wildcats, 86-74
No. 11 Gonzaga Bulldogs def. No. 3 UCLA Bruins, 89-75
No. 7 Louisville Cardinals def. No. 2 Xavier Musketeers, 85-75
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