Women's NCAA Tournament: Florida Gets No. 9 Seed, Will Face Ohio State

The Florida Gators earned the ninth seed in the 2012 Women's NCAA tournament. They will play No. 8 Ohio State in the Kingston regional. Their first-round game will be played in Bowling Green, Ohio, on March 18, at 12:15 p.m. Eastern.

Florida fans will likely be unhappy with the results. If Florida wins, they could potentially face top-seeded Baylor.

Florida lost narrowly to Kentucky in the quarterfinal round of the SEC tournament on March. 2.

The rest of Florida's regional bracket looks like this:

No. 1 Baylor Vs No. 16 UC Santa Barbara
No. 8 Ohio State Vs. No. 9 Florida
No. 5 Georgetown Vs. No. 12 Fresno State
No. 6 Nebraska Vs. No. 11 Kansas
No. 3 Delaware Vs. No. 14 Arkansas-Little Rock
No. 7 DePaul Vs. No. 10 BYU
No. 2 Tennessee Vs. No. 16 Tennessee-Martin

The first round of the 2012 Women's NCAA tournament starts on Saturday, March 17.

For more coverage, keep checking this StoryStream. For more Florida coverage, check out Alligator Army.

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