New Jersey has three teams to root for as the 2022 NCAA Men's Tournament kicks off — Seton Hall, St. Peter's and Rutgers Universities all have made it to the "Big Dance."

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights were among the last four teams to make it on Sunday, along with Notre Dame, Indiana and Wyoming.

Rutgers and Notre Dame would play Wednesday in Dayton, Ohio.

As the 15 seed, the Saint Peter's Peacocks would face No. 2 Kentucky on Thursday in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Seton Hall earned a No. 8 seed and would play on Friday against No. 9 TCU in the South bracket, in San Diego, California.

Gov. Phil Murphy tweeted about the New Jersey teams poised to play.

"Congratulations to @RutgersMBB, @SetonHallMBB, and @PeacocksMBB on punching their tickets to #MarchMadness! We’re ready for the big dance," Murphy said on Twitter Sunday evening.

It's the second year in a row for Rutgers — which before 2021, hadn't made it to the NCAA Tournament in 30 years.

St. Peter's is back in the tournament for the first time since 2011.

For the Seton Hall Pirates, this year marks 14 times in program history in the NCAA Tournament, according to the Asbury Park Press.

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