Oumar Ballo was completely unstoppable in Arizona’s title run at the Maui Jim Maui Invitational.

The fourth-year junior scored 30 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in the Wildcats’ title-clinching win over Creighton on Wednesday night, the perfect capper to a three-wins-in-three-days stretch that saw Ballo put up 21 a game and grab 10.7 boards. He made 27 of his 34 shots.

According to OptaSTATS, Duke’s Zion Williamson is the only other Division I player to have a comparable three-day run in the last 25 years.

Ballo scored 10 of the Wildcats’ final 12 points on Wednesday to outlast the 10th-ranked Creighton Bluejays.

So far this season, the Wildcats are getting nearly 40 a game from their two bigs — 19.3 for Azuolas Tubelis and 19 for Ballo. With Ballo taking over for last year’s Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year and Most Improved (Christian Koloko), the Wildcats were hoping for another breakthrough kind of campaign from the 5 spot.

“If you watch the game, he brings everything,” guard Kerr Kriisa said of Ballo after the Creighton win. “He rebounds, he scores. He had 14-17. That’s outstanding. Oumar’s been putting a lot of work in during the summer trying to get his body better, his fat down, which he has done.”

Arizona is 6-0 on the year. The Wildcats return to the court on Dec. 1 to face Utah to open Pac-12 play.