TUCSON, Arizona (Ticker) -- Salim Stoudamire had the hot hand for Arizona, and it kept UCLA ice cold.
Stoudamire scored a career-high 34 points and Chris Rodgers added 16 as the 15th-ranked Wildcats coasted to a 107-83 victory over the Bruins.
Arizona (16-6, 8-5 Pac-10) posted its second lopsided win over UCLA this season and defeated the Bruins at home for the seventh straight time.
The Wildcats posted a 97-72 rout at UCLA on January 17. The Bruins lost for the eight time in nine games, a tailspin that began with the January loss to the Wildcats.
Stoudamire made 13-of-17 shots, including 7-of-9 from 3-point range, and topped his previous best of 32 points set last season against Kansas.
"We've been working a lot more on plays to spot me up," Stoudamire said. "We were scoring so easily. We got on a roll and kept penetrating."
Stoudamire is shooting a sizzling 50 percent from the floor in his last six games.
"When I see 13 out of 17, I'm not surprised because he's that good a shooter and he's getting more confident every game," Arizona coach Lute Olson said.
Rodgers scored eight points in a 26-second span late in the first half to give the Wildcats a 57-46 halftime lead. Rodgers scored on a layup after a steal and soon followed with a pair of 3-pointers.
Andre Iguodala added 14 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for the Wildcats, who reached the century mark for the fourth time this season. Arizona scored a season-high 109 points against Oregon State on January 22.
Iguodala, who was kept in the game in order to get the final assist, recorded the third triple-double of his career and just the ninth in school history.
"It's all because of my teammates," Iguodala said. "They set me up to finish."
Dijon Thompson scored 20 points for UCLA (10-11, 6-7), but was limited to four in the second half. The Bruins failed to keep up with the fast-paced Wildcats, and 28 turnovers did not help their cause.
"Turning the ball over that much is what lost this game for us," UCLA coach Ben Howland said. "We got into the street ball mentality."
The Bruins moved within 61-55 early in the second half, but Rodgers answered with a 3-pointer. The Wildcats gradually pulled away, taking a 76-60 lead on two free throws by Iguodala with 12:25 left.