SAN ANTONIO — Reigning women's national champion Baylor is going to its 12th consecutive NCAA Sweet 16.
Moon Ursin and DiJonai Carrington both had 21 points as the 27-2 Lady Bears beat Virginia Tech 90-48.
Queen Egbo had a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds, along with seven blocked shots.
AP All-American forward NaLyssa Smith finished with 15 points, all but two of those coming after halftime for Baylor because of early foul trouble.
Georgia Amoore had 18 points with four 3-pointers to lead 15-10 Virginia Tech.
The Hokies had opened their first NCAA Tournament since 2006 with a win over Marquette.