Taking over a team that won the CAA title and narrowly missed an upset win in the Big Dance a year ago, Benny Moss probably hoped for something a little different for his first season at UNCW. Moss's Seahawks finished a disappointing 7-21 regular season with a 75-66 home win over cellar-dwelling Delaware Saturday. The Dub's 4-14 mark in the Colonial earns them the 10th seed in the conference tournament and a date with Towson Friday night in Richmond, VA. The Hawks lost 75-61 at Towson back in January. But Moss said everything starts over this week. "It is a new season," Moss said. "Everyone is 0-0. We need to go on a four-game winning streak. That's what we talk about. Just a four-game winning streak in Richmond. This team really believes they can play with anyone. We've taken the top teams in this league to double overtimes. We've led on under four minutes on a bunch of occassions. We just haven't finished the deal."