STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- A 14-run scoring spree in the third and fourth innings fueled a 20-2 win for Oklahoma State over Big 12 opponent Iowa State and gave the Cowboys a three game sweep for the series.
The win was the sixth straight for Oklahoma State (33-18, 12-12 Big12).
The Cowboys led 3-0 in the bottom of the third Sunday when catcher Ryan Budde doubled to knock in the first of eight runs forthe inning.
Oklahoma State struck again in the fourth inning with six runs on four hits, including a homer by first baseman Luke Scott, which brought three runs to the plate.
Ben Van Iderstine's single to center field drove in a run in the fifth for Iowa State, but the Cyclones (16-35, 6-21 Big 12) managed only one more run.
The game ended early in the seventh inning on a triple play.
Mike Miller was the winning pitcher, giving up seven hits and one run in five innings of work for Oklahoma State.
Lincoln Mincks was the loser, giving up seven hits and eight runs in 2.1 innings.