Arizona found itself down 11 not too long after the first half started.
In the second half, it found itself up 11.
In the end, however, the Wildcats disappointed again.
Oregon State hit a three pointer with 1.1 seconds left to defeat the Wildcats 67-64 in Corvalis on Thursday night.
Arizona had absolutely no answer for Roeland Schaftenaar, who dominated the game the entire night.
Schaftenaar finished with 22 points and only missed four shots, as the Wildcats had no correct answer for him, including the attempt at using a double team.
Seth Tarver and Lathen Wallace also hurt Arizona, as both finished with 14 points.
In the end, however, the Wildcats just did not have enough offense to win.
Derrick Williams finished with 20 and Nic Wise had 16 but other than those two, the UA struggled to find any type of offense.
Arizona will now go to Oregon in order to avoid a two-game losing streak.
Arizona loses in Corvalis
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