As one of the country's hottest teams, Seton Hall played themselves into the tournament over the final weeks of the season that included a run to the final of the Big East Tournament.
Their NCAA Tournament fate decided, the Pirates (20-13, 9-9 Big East) now have definite answers of their fourth straight tournament appearance.
10-seed Seton Hall will head to Jacksonville in the Midwest Regional and play 7-seed Wofford in the first round Thursday.
The Pirates are driven by guard in Myles Powell, a junior who averaged 22.9 points per game.
Meanwhile, Wofford (29-4, 18-0) is one of the more intriguing teams in college basketball. The mid-major went undefeated during Southern conference play and also captured the conference tournament crown.
By the end of the season, the Terriers were ranked inside the top 25. The selection committee awarding them a 7-seed indicates the level of respect they gained throughout the 2018-19 campaign.
Their top scorers are Fletcher Magee (20.5 points per game), Cameron Jackson (14.3 ppg) and Nathan Hoover (13.6 ppg).
Iona set for first-round matchup vs. UNC
Iona punched its ticket to the big dance last week by winning the MAAC Tournament title.
Similar to Seton Hall, Iona was simply awaiting their matchup and seeding. The 16-seeded Gaels will face blue-blood program and one-seed North Carolina in the first round of the Midwest Regional in Columbus on Friday.
E.J. Crawford averages 16.9 ppg to lead the Gaels.
North Carolina won the ACC regular season title and fell to Duke on Friday in the conference tournament semifinals. They are led by Cameron Johnson (16.9 ppg), Coby White (16.3 ppg) and Luke Maye (13.4 ppg).