TUCSON, Arizona (Ticker) -- Salim Stoudamire, Channing Frye and Hassan Adams provided a repeat performance.
The trio combined to make 22-of-39 shots and score 58 points as No. 11 Arizona extended its winning streak to five games with a 92-67 Pac-10 Conference victory over Oregon.
On January 20 in Eugene, the Wildcats' trio combined for 57 points, 18 rebounds, eight assists and seven steals in a 74-66 victory over the Ducks.
In this one, Stoudamire scored 22 points and shot 7-of-14 from the floor. He made 4-of-6 from the arc and joined Jason Gardner as the school's only players to make 300 3-pointers in a career.
"Once Salim had some space he knocked his shots down," Arizona coach Lute Olson said. "For most of his shots Oregon was on him tight but overall he had a good shooting game."
Frye added 19 points and a career-high seven blocks and Adams, playing with an injured left hand, added 17 and five assists as Arizona improved to 14-0 this season when scoring 80 points.
"Adams had a big second half getting passes into people and Frye challenged people on the drive," Olson said. "Frye raised a lot of shots and he had seven blocks that protected the basket well."
Chris Rodgers, who didn't score in his last two games, tallied 11 points and handed out a career-high nine assists for Arizona, which shot 52 percent (35-of-68), its fifth straight game shooting over 50 percent.
"It was a great job by Rodgers on both ends," Olson said. "He had nine assists and no turnovers. Because of how people play Salim, it gives other players opportunities and Chris took advantage of that."
"I'm just going to come ready to play every day and play hard and play my complete game while I'm out there," Rodgers said. "The guys did a really good job of helping me out as far as completing shots."
Stoudamire, who missed six of his first seven shots in the first 20 minutes, provided the Wildcats (22-4, 12-2 Pac-10) with a 43-34 lead at the half by hitting a 30-footer just before the buzzer.
In the second half, Arizona shot 70 percent (21-of-30) and the trio sparked a 19-5 run over seven minutes that pushed a precarious six-point advantage to 77-57 with five minutes remaining. Stoudamire hit a pair of 3-pointers, Adams scored six and Frye five during the spurt.
"I thought Channing did a great job," Rodgers said. "He made himself big and we were able to get some easy buckets. (Oregon is) a little small on the inside, so we wanted to get Channing a lot of easy touches."
Freshman forward Malik Hairston scored a season-high 21 points on 10-of-12 shooting, but point guard Aaron Brooks shot 2-of-6 and committed 10 of the Ducks' 19 turnovers.
"The defense created a lot of options for us tonight," Olson said. "I think we had 20 deflected passes and anytime you have that many, it will cause turnovers."
Bryce Taylor added 15 points for Oregon (12-10, 4-9), which has lost its last six meetings to Arizona.