TUCSON, Arizona (Ticker) -- It did not take long for Ivan Radenovic to make an impact.
Radenovic had 17 points and nine rebounds in his debut and Andre Iguodala recorded his second triple-double of the season as fifth-ranked Arizona rolled to a 107-91 victory over Liberty in the Fiesta Bowl Classic.
Radenovic played in his Serbian hometown of Belgrade the last two seasons before joining the Wildcats. He was added to the roster last Saturday and hardly looked out of sync in his debut.
"He's really impressed us since he joined the team," Iguodala said. "He makes a very big contribution on both ends of the floor."
The 6-10 freshman made 5-of-10 shots from the floor, including 1-of-3 3-pointers, and all six of his free throws. He did not start but scored his first basket just 5:20 into the game.
"It's not a mater of composure, he can flat out shoot the ball," Arizona coach Lute Olson said. "One of his threes was halfway down and came out or he would've had 20. He just needs to get his legs underneath him better."
Iguodala secured the eighth triple-double in school history with 13 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. He made 6-of-7 shots and also had five steals - his first triple-double came on December 9 against Texas.
"The first one was pretty special, this one was nice too, but I hope it's not the last," Iguodala said. "It just shows how many talented teammates I have."
Olson left Iguodala on the floor longer than the rest of the starters and was switched to point guard to help him get the assist he needed for the triple-double.
"It's not very often you get a chance to get a triple-double," Olson said. "That's why I left him in as long as I did and let him run the point."
Chris Rodgers scored nine of his 12 points in the opening 9:20, capping a 9-0 with a three-point play to give Arizona (7-1) a 29-10 cushion. The Wildcats were not threatened thereafter, cruising to their sixth consecutive win.
Salim Stoudamire scored 17 points and Channing Frye added 15 for Arizona, which shot 59 percent (38-of-64) had six players in double figures.
The Wildcats will face Louisiana-Lafayette in Tuesday's title game.
David Dees scored 18 points and Ryan Mantlo and Larry Blair added 17 apiece for Liberty (3-8), which shot over 50 percent (34-of-67) and made 11-of-25 3-pointers.
"It was a great experience for us to play against one of the top five programs in the country," Flames coach Randy Dunton said. "Arizona would have beat a lot of teams by 50 points tonight. They've got kids on the floor who will play on the next level. We've got kids on the floor who will work on the next level."