Stoudamire drilled six 3-pointers to give Olson his 700th win as the fourth-ranked Wildcats coasted to a 93-74 rout of Arizona State in the Pac-10 Conference opener for both schools.
Arizona (9-1, 1-0 Pac-10) won its eighth straight, enabling Olson to become the 19th coach in NCAA history to reach the 700-win plateau. The Wildcats also improved to 17-1 in the last 18 meetings with the Sun Devils.
"It means I have been around along time," Olson said. "You think back on a lot of years and a lot of great players and assistant coaches. We have been blessed with good people, we haven;t tried to be very selective in the people we have brought in."
Olson, who was assessed a technical late in the game for arguing, also had some choice words for Arizona State fans who heckled him throughout with obscenities.
"I am learning all sorts of new words from that student section down there for years, and I thought you probably should learn to keep your mouth closed when you are down 30-something," said Olson, who pointed to the scoreboard. "I think the language is disgusting. They deserved that and more. It is 21 years of listening to that. ..."
The Wildcats used an 11-2 run to open a 31-21 lead, capped by Channing Frye's layup with 6:13 left before halftime. Arizona shot a sizzling 61 percent (20-of-33) in building a 46-30 halftime cushion.
Stoudamire, who missed all six shots in Tuesday's win over Louisiana-Lafayette, poured in 26 points to lead Arizona. He made 10-of-14 shots, spotting up for jumpers all over the perimeter.
"We were playing well and I finally started to play well," Stoudamire said. "I like shutting the crowd up. This is a big rival and the crowd was talking smack the whole time, and it is fun to shut them up."
Frye turned in a solid defensive effort on muscular Sun Devils sophomore forward Ike Diogu, who scored 18 points on 5-of-17 shooting and grabbed 11 rebounds and five blocks. Most of his production came after halftime - Arizona State shot 30 percent (9-of-30) in the first half.
"Ike was open some, but we couldn't get the basketball to him," Sun Devils coach Rob Evans said. "We have to do a better job of getting him the ball when he is open."
The Wildcats placed five players in double figures, including Frye's 17 points. High-flying forward Andre Iguodala just missed his third triple-double of the season with nine points, eight assists and eight rebounds.
Arizona State has dropped consecutive home games after winning its first five games at the Wells Fargo Arena.