Four different Wildcats scored in the run, which saw UA use pressure defense to force turnovers at one end and good ball movement at the other.
"This was far and away our best defensive effort," said UA head coach Lute Olson. "We pressured the ball with all five guys, which should be a strength of this team, I thought our first group really moved the ball well. Our guys (generated) open shots."
Senior guard Mustafa Shakur led the Wildcats with 13 points and, perhaps more importantly, four steals. The Wildcats collected 17 steals in the contest and forced a total of 30 SFU turnovers. Those miscues led to 40 Arizona points.
"We came out with a lot of energy tonight," said Shakur," and that started on the defensive end. The whole team was playing good defense and we were getting loose balls."
Arizona shot 50 percent or better from the floor in both halves, and finished by shooting at a 50.8 percent clip. The UA starters were a combined 15-of-28 from the floor.
Arizona held SFU to just 32.1 percent shooting for the game, marking the second straight game that the opposition has shot less than 33 percent from the field. All four opponents on the tour to date have shot less than 38 percent from the field.