Solomon Hill: Hill had foul trouble in the first half, but his play also fueled Arizona to the victory in the second half. He stayed aggressive on offense and on the glass, as he was the Wildcats' leading rebounder with eight. Hill finished with 10 points on 3 of 7 shooting and a big runner late in the second half meant that Arizona's upperclassmen continue to help turn this season around.
Jesse Perry: Josh Owens proved to be a good defender on Perry and he made it difficult for the senior forward to dominate the paint. However, that did not stop Perry from being aggressive and that was important for Arizona. Perry had 11 points on 4 of 10 shooting and seven rebounds to go along with no turnovers.
Angelo Chol: In 20 minutes of play, Chol brought out the block party as he collected four and was a reason that Arizona held Stanford to 25 percent shooting. Arizona fans have to be excited about his development and the way he battled this past weekend. Sean Miller played seven guys on Saturday and had to play Chol.
Nick Johnson: Johnson will now spell some minutes at the point guard position if Josiah Turner needs a break or is not playing his best, as was the case on Saturday. A big aspect for Johnson playing the point will be not turning the ball over a lot and making good decisions, which he was able to do. He had one turnover and 10 points on 4 of 9 shooting. He has to get better from the charity stripe, however, as he only went 2 of 6.
Brendon Lavender: Clearly someone told Lavender to shoot the ball and there was one situation where he came off of a double screen in the second half and passed up on a wide open shot, which is disappointing. He still went 2 of 4 from three and had six points, playing well in his 20 minutes of play.
Josiah Turner: Turner had an up and down type of day. The downs included three turnovers and often times just not being able to break down his defenders in the way he knows he can. He is going to face good defenders, but must grow and understand situations better. The ups included seven rebounds and his defense on the Stanford guards. Turner has become a much better defender than most dreamed of and grabbing seven rebounds means he can get out and run, which is important. He also shot 1 of 6 from the field for three points.