As a senior in 1994-95, team captain Damon Stoudamire led the Wildcats to a Pac-10 title and the 1994 Final Four, and in the process became a consensus All-America selection and a National Player of the Year Finalist. He closed his UA career as a three-time All-Pac-10 Conference selection and the 1995 Pac-10 co-Player of the Year. Averaging 22.8 points, 7.3 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game that season, he led the conference in scoring and assists and was second in free throw percentage (.826). In 1995 he became only the second player in Pac-10 history to finish his career with 1,800 points, 600 assists and 400 rebounds and at the time of his induction, he was the fourth leading scorer in Arizona history with 1,849 points. He was the only player in Arizona history to score 40 or more points in a game twice in one season with his 45 points at Stanford in 1995 being the second most in UA history. First in the UA career record books, at the time of his induction, for three-point field goals (272) and three-point field goal attempts (677) and second all time assist man at Arizona (663). He became the sixth player in Pac-10 history to have a triple-double when he scored 32 points to go with 14 assists and 11 rebounds versus Oregon in Tucson as a senior in 1995. He was selected seventh in the 1995 NBA draft by the Toronto Raptors and went on to be named NBA Rookie of the Year.