BERKELEY, California (Ticker) -- Playing away from home for the first time in three weeks, Channing Frye highlighted a balanced Arizona attack.
Frye scored 20 points and Hassan Adams chipped in 16 as No. 13 Arizona posted an 87-67 victory over California in a Pac-10 Conference matchup.
The Wildcats finished with five players in double figures, shooting 54 percent (31-of-57) en route to their 11th win in their last 12 meetings with the Golden Bears.
"We had a good balance out there," Arizona coach Lute Olson said. "They enjoy playing with each other; you can see that. There is great team chemistry."
Shooting 5-of-7 from the field, Frye scored 13 points as the Wildcats (12-2, 2-0 Pac-10) took a 38-34 lead at the half. After California scored the first six points of the second half, Ivan Radenovic had two baskets during an 11-0 run.
"It seemed like every time we were making a run they forced a turnover," California coach Ben Braun said.
Frye added a three-point play and hit a jumper to push the lead to 56-44 with 13:12 remaining. Adams helped put the game further out of reach, scoring seven points during a 3:18 span for a 73-58 advantage with less than six minutes left.
"Channing played really well," Olson said. "You can see the confidence and strength and conditioning. He's shooting the ball really well. He's as good a shooter outside as we have. What he did tonight, shooting, was not a surprise. He's like that in practice. He creates a lot of problems for teams."
Arizona shot 61 percent (17-of-28) over the final 20 minutes en route to its ninth consecutive win.
Radenovic scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Mustafa Shakur chipped in 10 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Wildcats, who held a 36-27 edge on the boards.
Despite the distribution of offense by Arizona, leading scorer Salim Stoudamire scored just six points on one field-goal attempt. He entered the contest with a 16.5 average over his last four games.
"(Stoudamire) played great on the defensive end," Olson said. "He took four free throws and he made four. I told him, 'You just keep moving down there on offense and make (Richard) Midgley work hard.' We definitely wore him out, but he's a competitor."
Midgley scored just two of his 14 points after halftime for California (8-5, 1-2), which dropped to 3-3 in its last six homes games despite outscoring Arizona in the paint, 40-28.
Rob Benson added 13 points and Dominic McGuire 12 for the Bears.