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Women's NCAA Tournament 2013 bracket results: Baylor, Notre Dame roll to Sweet 16

After playing eight games on Tuesday night, just 16 teams remain in the hunt for the championship.

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The Sweet 16 for the 2013 Women's NCAA Tournament was finalized on Tuesday following a busy night of action. Here is a recap of all eight games.

No. 6 Delaware defeats No. 3 North Carolina, 78-69: In what was arguably the biggest upset of the day, Delaware knocked off UNC behind Delle Donne's 33 points.

No. 2 Duke defeats No. 7 Oklahoma St., 68-59: Duke trailed by 13 points at halftime, but a great defensive performance in the second half clawed the Devils back into it as they picked up a gritty win.

No. 5 Louisville defeats No. 4 Purdue, 76-63: Sara Hammond recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds as the Cardinals moved on to the Sweet 16.

No. 2 Kentucky defeats No. 7 Dayton, 84-70: The Wildcats put together one of their best offensive performances of the season, led by A'dia Mathies' 34 points.

No. 1 Baylor defeats No. 8 Florida St., 85-47: Brittney Griner was amazing once again for Baylor, scoring 33 points and bringing down 22 rebounds as the Bears rolled.

No. 1 Notre Dame defeats No. 9 Iowa, 74-57: The Irish made quick work of the Hawkeyes on Tuesday, holding them to just 23 points in the second half.

No. 6 LSU defeats No. 3 Penn St., 71-66: This upset brought to you by Adrienne Webb and her 29 points.

No. 1 Stanford defeats No. 8 Michigan, 73-40: This one was over by halftime, with the Cardinal up by 25 at the break. Stanford continued to look the part of a national champion with their convincing win.

Here is an updated look at the bracket.

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