Entering the Red River Athletic Conference tournament as the fourth seed, the Texas Wesleyan women hope to achieve something it never has in its final RRAC tournament.The Rams (20-9, 15-7 RRAC) depart for the Sooner Athletic Conference next season and are hoping to leave their final mark on the conference.“We’ve never won the Red River Conference tournament,” Texas Wesleyan coach Bill Franey said. “The girls are really pointing on finishing out strong.”Texas Wesleyan opens the tournament against Langston, which it swept during the season. The winner will face No. 1 Wiley or No. 8 Bacone. Wiley is 26-3 and 20-2 in conference play. Franey said that if the teams were to meet in the second round, his Rams would need to value each possession.“They lead the nation in steals this year and we are going to have to be careful with the ball,” Franey said. “We will have to value each and every possession in the game.”The Rams’ first round game against Langston is at 10 p.m. Friday at Southwest Assemblies of God University. TWU men enter as fifth seedThe Texas Wesleyan men’s basketball team enters Red River Athletic Conference tournament as the fifth seed with an overall record of 19-11 and 12-10 in RRAC play.Texas Wesleyan split its season series with first round opponent Our Lady of the Lake (18-12, 14-8). The Rams won the first meeting 89-71 on Dec. 3 but fell 103-81 on Jan. 21.The winner between is likely to face top-seeded SW Assemblies of God (27-3, 20-2), who face Langston in the opening round.TWU’s opening round game is 8 p.m. Friday. The winners will meet at 6 p.m. Saturday.