STANFORD -- Forward Mikaela Ruef has earned playing time for fourth-ranked Stanford this season because of defense, passing and rebounding.

She finally found a scoring touch Friday with a career-high 11 points as the Cardinal rolled past Arizona 73-43 in a Pac-12 laugher at Maples Pavilion.

Ruef, who missed most of last season because of a foot injury, also got her first double-double by adding 10 rebounds for Stanford (21-2, 10-1 Pac-12).

Ruef's previous best was nine points. Her season high was six against Santa Clara in November. But the Ohio player used her height against the undersized Wildcats, who have lost 22 in a row to Stanford.

Arizona fell to 11-11, 3-8 after getting out-rebounded 47-28.

Ruef made 5 of 6 shots from the field while starting in place of junior guard Toni Kokenis, who didn't play Friday because of an undisclosed medical issue that has plagued her throughout the season. Kokenis might also miss Sunday's game against Arizona State.

Chiney Ogwumike, winner of Pac-12 player of the week two consecutive weeks, got her 18th double-double of the season. The junior forward had 18 points and 12 rebounds. Senior Joslyn Tinkle added 15 points in only 15 minutes because of foul trouble. Tinkle made 3 of 4 from 3-point range in the second half.

The Cardinal looked impressive on defense while holding Davellyn Whyte, the league's active career scoring leader (1,932) to six points on 1-of-10 shooting. White entered the game averaging 16.4 points per game. Alli Gloyd led Arizona with 13 points.

The Wildcats shot 30.8 percent because of those towering Cardinal bodies. It didn't help making only 1 of 14 from beyond the arc.

It didn't begin in such a lopsided fashion. Stanford sleepwalked through the first 10 minutes in a typically slow start. Coach Tara VanDerveer used nine players in the first 12 minutes looking for help against the Wildcats' full-court press.

She eventually settled a smaller lineup with reserve guard Jasmine Camp joining point guard Amber Orrange in the backcourt to foil Arizona's pressure.

Once the Cardinal settled down it outscored the visitors 24-9 over the final 10:15 to take a dominating 38-22 halftime lead.

Arizona hurt itself by missing free throws. The Pac-12 free throw leaders made only 5 of 11 whereas Stanford made 10 of 12.

Ogwumike led all scorers with 12 points after making one of her first four shots. Ogwumike also had seven rebounds as Stanford dominated the boards 25-9.