Women's Final Four 2012, Baylor Vs. Stanford Final Score: Bears Pull Away In 59-47 Victory

Nnemkadi Ogwumike was spectacular in the second half for the Stanford Cardinal in their women's NCAA Tournament national semifinal against the Baylor Bears, but she got virtually no help on the offensive end. Baylor wasn't particularly proficient shooting the ball as a team either, but they spread it around well and thanks to a spectacular cameo performance by Terran Condrey off the bench, they'll be playing in the final after a 59-47 win.

Ogwumike had 22 points, but there wasn't another member of the Cardinal in double figures. The team shot just 33 percent from the field, which included a poor shooting performance of 2-17 from behind the arc. Baylor got 13 from both Condrey and Brittney Griner, as well as 11 points from Odyssey Sims. Though she had a very quiet first half, Sims had a couple of crucial buckets down the stretch that helped Baylor pull away.

The Bears move on to face Skylar Diggins and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the final on Tuesday.

For more on women's basketball, head to Swish Appeal; For more on the two teams, head over to Baylor Bears blog Our Daily Bears and Stanford Cardinal blog Rule Of Tree.

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