Tarleton State's baseball team hit the ground running to start its 2013 campaign.The Texans are 3-3-1 in their first two weeks, including a season-opening tournament at Minute Maid Park in Houston.The Texans opened the season with a 5-2 win against Arkansas Tech on Feb. 1 to begin the tournament before falling in their second game 5-3 to Arkansas Monticello. However, Tarleton State closed the tournament with a 2-0 win over Emporia (Kan.) State."It is a lifelong dream for them to play at a big league ballpark," Texans coach Bryan Conger said. "It was a great experience."Conger said the experience of playing in Houston was great, but the team had the opportunity to improve after losing two and tying one to Ouachita Baptist last week."We have to replicate what we work on in practice in the game," Conger said. "I am pleased with the defense and the way we have been pitching, but we need to find a way to get hits when we have opportunities to score runs."Alvaro Moreno has been the team's leader when it comes to productivity so far. The junior infielder is batting .320 with eight hits, five RBIs, and a home run.Expectations are high this season, Conger said. The team was picked second in the Lone Star Conference preseason poll."We expect to make a run at the conference championship this year," Conger said. "We made a really good run last year and think we are a little bit more talented this year."Rams up to seventhThe Texas Wesleyan men's basketball team has moved into seventh place in the 12-team Red River Athletic Conference.The Rams (16-11, 9-10 RRAC) have just three games remaining before the conference tournament begins on March 1.Two of the three games are against teams jostling for position in the conference.TWU travels to Wiley College, which sits in the eighth and final tournament position, at 4 p.m. today, then faces second-place LSU-Shreveport on Monday.Texas Wesleyan closes its regular season at home on Feb. 23 against last-place University of the Southwest.