Cook got his third bucket of the game and Rondae Jefferson and McConnell scored to put the Wildcats up 10-8 a little over five minutes into the game.
Dusan Ristic got a layup and Dillon Brooks got his first basket of the game. Gabe York made a three, but Joseph Young matched it. A three by Elliott Pitts then put Arizona up 18-13 with 11:54 left in the first half.
McConnell scored and Hollis-Jefferson did as well. After two free-throws by Tarczewski, Young hit a jumper to bring the Ducks within nine.
Ahmaad Rorie made one of two free-throws and Parker Jackson-Cartwright followed with a three-point play. Bell scored and Brooks added two from the line before McConnell made a layup and a three from Stanley Johnson forced a timeout with the Wildcats up 32-20 with 3:27 remaining in the half.
Ashley scored, but Cook got off five straight points. After a basket by Tarczewski, Cook scored again before Tarczewski’s got another bucket. McConnell and Hollis-Jefferson proceeded to score and gave Arizona a 42-27 lead at the half.
Jalil Abdul-Bassit made a three to start the half and Bell got a dunk. Abdul-Bassit then made another from behind the arc, but Tarczewski answered with a three-point play before a basket by Johnson.
Cook made one free-throw and Hollis-Jefferson got in the lane to score. Abdul-Bassit then made a floater and Ashley made two free-throws.
Hollis-Jefferson made a free-throw and Ristic scored on a hook shot. Cook got a basket before Young made two free-throws and a bucket by Brooks cut the Wildcats’ lead to 56-44 with 13:14 left.
After a basket by Young, York made a three and then got a three-point play to give the Wildcats a 16-point lead.
York made a three and Hollis-Jefferson scored. Johnson then got a three-point play and Ashley scored after a free-throw by Brooks, as the Wildcats led 72-47 with 6:42 remaining in regulation.
Ashley made a free-throw before Young scored, but Johnson got a basket off the offensive glass shortly after. Brooks made two free-throws and Johnson did the same as there was nothing else the Ducks could do.