The Kings College mens basketball team learned its destiny in the 2007 NCAA Division III National Tournament on Monday morning. Kings will host two-time defending Commonwealth Conference champion Widener University Thursday, March 1 at 7:00 p.m. in Scandlon Gymnasium. Tickets have been set by the NCAA at $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for both seniors and students. Children under age two will be admitted free. Season passes will not be accepted. Kings advanced to the NCAA Tournament with a thrilling 67-64 win over DeSales in the Freedom Conference championship game. Widener, meanwhile, reached the national tournament with two straight impressive playoff road wins. Widener reached the finals by upsetting top-seeded Messiah College 91-84 in double-overtime in the semi-finals. Messiah entered the game as the top-ranked team in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The Pride then followed with a 63-60 victory at Juniata to capture its second consecutive Commonwealth Conference title. Should Kings emerge victorious, it would travel to Amherst, Massachusetts face Amherst College. Amherst (25-2) was ranked third nationally in last weeks Division III poll, but was upset 70-69 by Williams College in the finals of the New England Small College Athletic Conference on Sunday. Kings and Widener did meet early in the season with the Monarchs posting a 94-81 home victory in Scandlon Gymnasium on November 25.