TUCSON, Arizona (Ticker) -- Channing Frye dominated inside and Salim Stoudamire led the perimeter attack as No. 13 Arizona finally seized control at home against Stanford.
Frye had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Stoudamire connected on five 3-pointers en route to 26 points as the Wildcats snapped a four-game home losing streak to the Cardinal with a 90-72 triumph in a Pac-10 Conference game.
Frye, who also blocked four shots, led all scorers with 10 first-half points as Arizona took a 42-34 advantage into the break. He has reached double figures in each of his last 14 games - the longest active streak on the team.
Stoudamire took over in the second, scoring 20 as the Wildcats (19-4, 9-2 Pac-10) pulled away by scoring on 10 consecutive possessions at one point. He hit a 3-pointer with just over five minutes left and added a jumper on Arizona's next possession to yield an 81-62 advantage.
Since sitting out against Marquette on December 18 for disciplinary reasons, Stoudamire has shot an impressive 58 percent (45-of-77) from 3-point range.
With 2:16 remaining, Stoudamire's driving layup and ensuing free throw gave Arizona its biggest lead at 88-66.
Arizona, which converted all 18 free throws, improved to 8-0 this season when reaching the 80-point plateau. The Wildcats have gone 134-16 when scoring at least 80 over the last eight seasons.
Hassan Adams, who shot 7-of-7 in a 97-76 victory over California on Thursday, scored 13 points in this one for Arizona, which won for the 16th time in 18 games to claim sole possession of the conference lead. Chris Rodgers, who also scored 13, converted 3-of-5 3-pointers as the Wildcats shot 53 percent (8-of-15) from beyond the arc.
Dan Grunfeld, who scored a career-high 29 points to lead the Cardinal (12-9, 6-5) to an 87-76 triumph over the Wildcats in Palo Alto on January 8, scored 23 on 8-of-16 shooting in this one.
Chris Hernandez scored 13 points and Matt Haryasz added 12 before fouling out for the Cardinal, who have lost two games in a row on the heels of a six-game winning streak.