STILLWATER, Okla. -- Byron Eaton scored a game-high 18 points, leading four double-figure scorers for Oklahoma State in a 76-53 win over Arkansas State Monday night.
Eaton also had eight assists for the Cowboys (9-3). Obi Muonelo had 15 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, James Anderson scored 16 and Keiton Page had 11 points off the bench.
The Red Wolves (9-4) got 12 points from Daniel Bryant off the bench. Brandon Ayers, also coming off the bench, added 10 points.
Sparked by Ayers' 8 points over the final five minutes of the first half, ASU turned a 29-13 deficit into a 34-23 game at halftime. Ayers hit threes on back-to-back possessions and his field goal with 1:40 remaining was the final bucket of the first half.
Anderson's trey completed an 11-0 run that put the Cowboys up 19-6 with 12:15 to play. A 3-pointer by Muonelo, who scored nine first-half points and pulled down seven rebounds, gave OSU its biggest first-half lead at 29-13.
The hosts pulled away quickly in the second half, getting 3-pointers from Terrel Harris and Muonelo to push the lead to 43-26 at the 15:55 mark.
Eaton's left-handed lay-up in traffic pushed the lead to 20 with 13:41 to play and OSU went on to win its fourth straight game.