Arizona star Damon Stoudamire answers questions from reporters in 1994. Photo by Rick Wiley / Tucson Citizen

Rick Wiley / Tucson Citizen 1994

The Pac-12 averages one triple-double about every four seasons, so it’s not an impossible mission. But the 5-foot-10-inch All-America point guard gathered 12 rebounds, his career high, on a night he scored 32 points and dished out 14 assists. It’s unlikely an under-6 foot guard will get a triple-double for years. And it wasn’t close, either. Stoudamire got his 10th rebound with 13:06 remaining and his 10th assist with 14:55 left. “Today I had the whole package,” he said.