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Women's NCAA Tournament 2011: UConn, Baylor, Michigan State Among Sunday's Winners

The second day of the 2011 Women's NCAA Tournament is over, and just like on day one, there was a plethora of games. The two No. 1 seeds in action advanced while No. 4 seed Michigan State survived a scare. Here's a brief look at all of the day's action.

Top-seed Connecticut steamrolled No. 16 seed Hartford, 75-39. The Huskies (33-1) were led by 12-point performances from Maya Moore, Tiffany Hayes, Bria Hartley and Stefanie Dolson. Alex Hall scored 10 points in the losing effort for the Hawks (17-16).

No. 1 seed Baylor bested No. 16 seed Prairie Seed A&M, 66-30. Brittney Griner and Brooklyn Pope both scored 17 points for the Bears (32-2). Siarra Soliz led the way with 12 points for the Panthers (21-12).

In Wichita, Kansas, No. 4 seed Michigan State edged No. 13 seed Northern Iowa, winning 69-66. Kalisha Keane scored 17 points and had six assists for the Spartans (27-5). Jacqui Kalin finished with 21 points for the Panthers (27-6).

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No. 7 Louisville defeats No. 10 Vanderbilt, 81-62.

No. 3 Miami defeats No. 14 Gardner-Webb, 80-62.

No. 4 Maryland defeats No. 13 St. Francis (PA), 70-48.

No. 9 Purdue defeats No. 8 Kansas State, 53-45.

No. 2 Xavier defeats No. 15 South Dakota State, 72-56.

No. 6 Oklahoma defeats No. 11 James Madison, 86-72.

No. 5 Georgetown defeats No. 12 Princeton, 65-49.

No. 2 Texas A&M defeats No. 15 McNeese State, 87-47.

No. 9 West Virginia defeats No. 8 Houston, 79-73.

No. 3 Florida State defeats No. 14 Samford, 76-46.

No. 5 Green Bay defeats No. 12 Arkansas-Little Rock, 59-55.

No. 7 Rutgers defeats No. 10 Louisiana Tech, 76-51.

No. 6 Georgia defeats No. 11 Mid Tennessee, 56-41.