STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Ticker) -- Ivan McFarlin and Melvin Sanders each scored 17 points as No. 18 Oklahoma State used a balanced attack and clinched the fourth seed in the Big 12 Conference tournament with a 77-52 rout of Texas A&M.
Reserve Tony Allen contributed 12 points, while Victor Williams and Andre Williams each added 10 for Oklahoma State (21-8, 10-6), which shot 52 percent (29-of-56) and snapped a season-high three-game losing streak.
"I was happy for our seniors," Oklahoma State coach Eddie Sutton said. "All of them played well and they went out on a winning note. As far as our team is concerned, we broke the losing streak.
"I thought it was an impressive win against a good Texas A&M team. It will give us some momentum going to Dallas next week. Winning and getting the fourth seed is important. It was a good afternoon."
Victor Williams made just 3-of-11 shots, but now has 1,207 career points, becoming the 15th player in school history to eclipse 1,200.
McFarlin had 14 rebounds and fellow senior Andre Williams eight as the Cowboys held a 44-40 edge on the boards. McFarlin made all eight shots from the floor and blocked three shots.
Andre Williams made 5-of-6 shots and had six blocks to set a school record with 82 for the season.
"The single-season (record) is great, but I wanted the career record," Andre Williams said. "I'm still a long ways off of that one. It's a great feeling to get that record. That's one thing that I can individually be proud of."
Oklahoma State limited Texas A&M to 23 percent (8-of-35) shooting in the first half and held a 32-17 lead at the break. The 17 points were the fewest by a Cowboys opponent this season.
Bernard King scored 17 points and Andy Slocum added 10 off the bench for Texas A&M (14-13, 6-10).
Four different players scored for the Cowboys in a 10-1 run that pushed the lead to 25-12, when Victor Williams nailed a 3-pointer 4:47 before halftime. McFarlin scored nine points, making all four shots from the floor, in the first half.
"It was definitely an emotional time," said Victor Williams, one of four seniors. "I know I had a hard time with it. I had four great years here that I liked a lot. I feel like I went from a boy to a man here. Oklahoma State means a great deal to me."
King, Tomas Ress and freshman Antoine Wright had difficulty with Oklahoma State's defense, combining to shoot 4-of-21 in the first 20 minutes.
"I thought it was a very physical game, a very tough played game and we just haven't handled that very well this year," Texas A&M coach Melvin Watkins said. "That is something that we are definitely aware of, but it happens. It can get us out of sync offensively and if we do that, we start to struggle."
The Aggies shot better in the second half, but the Cowboys also heated up, making 16-of-26 (61.5 percent) shots. Texas A&M got no closer than 20 points in the final 11 minutes and Oklahoma State built the lead as large as 25.