Down seven at half, Arizona came out of the second half realizing it needed to blow things open.
One half later, Arizona had won by 30.
The Wildcats used a big second half and balanced effort to defeated Bethune-Cookman 78-45 on Tuesday night at McKale.
Derrick Williams led all scorers with 19 points while Jamelle Horne added 13 and Kyle Fogg 12.
The Wildcats got solid bench efforts as well, as Jordin Mayes scored eight and Brendon Lavender added seven.
In addition, Kyryl Natyazhko and Jesse Perry eached finished with six rebounds.
The Wildcats shot 51 percent from the field while holding the opposition to only 34 percent.
UA will now play Santa Clara on Friday in Las Vegas.
UA keeps winning streak alive
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