Villanova and Temple are in the field of 64. La Salle will have to play its way in.
Villanova (20-13), a No. 9 seed, has been placed in the South region and will face 8-seed North Carolina (24-10) on Friday at 7:20 p.m. in Kansas City, Mo.
Temple (23-9), also a 9-seed, has been placed in the East region and will face NC State (24-10) on Friday at 1:40 p.m. in Dayton, Ohio.
La Salle (21-9), which had to sweat out Selection Sunday, will face Boise State (21-10) on Wednesday at 9:10 p.m. in Dayton in one of the First Four games between 13-seeds. It will be the Explorers' first NCAA tournament appearance since 1992 (see story). The winner faces Kansas State at 3:10 p.m. on Friday in Kansas City.
Temple and La Salle join Butler, VCU and champion Saint Louis, giving the Atlantic 10 five bids for the first time since 1998. It has never had six (UMass was a bubble team that didn't get in).
The City 6 hasn't had three bids since 2008, when Temple and Villanova were 12 seeds, and St. Joe's was an 11. Villanova upset Clemson and then beat 13th-seeded Siena (which had upset 4th-seeded Vanderbilt) before falling to 1-seed Kansas.
Temple lost to Michigan State, and St. Joe's was eliminated by Oklahoma.
Louisville earned the No. 1 overall seed and will play in the Midwest region. The other 1-seeds went to Kansas (South region), Indiana (East region) and Gonzaga (West region).
The Wells Fargo Center will host four second-round matchups: No. 2 Duke vs. No. 15 Albany and 7-seed Creighton vs. 10-seed Cincinnati in the Midwest Region, and No. 2 Georgetown vs. No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast and 7-seed San Diego State vs. 10-seed Oklahoma in the South region.