This year's group features five former players and includes Saint Joseph's athletic director Don DiJulia as his long tenure on Hawk Hill ends.
La Salle's season ended on a cold-shooting night in a loss to Massachusetts.
The Atlantic 10 Tournament begins on Wednesday in Washington.
The Rams finished first in the conference in the regular season and are the team to beat in the tournament.
Seniors James Demery and Shavar Newkirk led the Hawks over La Salle for their sixth win in their final seven games.
Senior B.J. Johnson scored 27 and senior Johnnie Shuler had a career-high 11 assists to lead La Salle past Dayton in their final game at Tom Gola Arena.
Chelsea Woods scored a career-high 33 points for St. Joe's in the opening round.
La Salle and Temple each will play its final home game of the regular season while No. 4 Villanova attempts to bounce back from a Saturday loss.
The Dragons have played in 11 games decided by one possession this season, and are 6-5 in those contests. That includes a 1-1 mark against James Madison, their opening-round CAA tournament opponent.
Tanaya Atkinson became the second player in program history to reach both 1,000 career points and rebounds.
B.J. Johnson (29 & 23) was a monster in the overtime loss to the Rams.
After Sunday's loss to Houston, Temple has virtually no margin for error.
The Explorers will look to pull an upset Tuesday night at Tom Gola Arena