Arizona Wildcats sophomore forward Solomon Hill, with more-aggressive moves on offense, put up 10 shots against Oregon. That was the first time all season he led the team in shot attempts.
He took nine shots on Thursday against Oregon State.
Hill had a combined 24 points in the two games. He had five points on 2 of 7 shooting a week earlier, when the Wildcats were swept on the road by USC and UCLA.
“Solomon Hill has taken some big steps this season,” coach Sean Miller said.
“One of the hardest things to do as a young player is to put behind a bad performance, like his experience in L.A. He didn’t do well, but he worked hard in practice this week and really did leave it behind him.
“At times, he was the best in the game against Oregon State, and he is a big reason that we got both of these wins.”