Women's NCAA Bracket 2011: Scores And Results From March Madness

The Women's NCAA Tournament is underway as the opening round tips-off at arenas around the country. Four games are already in the books as Women's March Madness kicks into high gear with 32 games spread across Saturday and Sunday. We've previewed the matchups, set the stage and broke down the bracket, but now it's time to watch the NCAA Tournament unfold as 64 teams work their way through the bracket and toward the NCAA championship.

Grab a 2011 Women's NCAA Tournament Printable Bracket and follow all the action throughout the tournament on the road to the Final Four.

Here's a few early results:

Tennessee ran Stetson out of the gym in a 99-34 win, just barely missing the century mark.
No. 10 seed Marist knocked off Iowa State to advance, 74-64.
Georgia Tech took care of Bowling Green in a 5-12 matchup, 69-58.
Penn State handled Dayton, 75-66.

Stay with our Women's NCAA Tournament results StoryStream throughout the first rounds for scores, stats and bracket updates. For more on the tournament, head over to Swish Appeal. To check in with Gonzaga fans before, during and after Saturday's game, stop by The Slipper Still Fits.

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