Friday's visit did not include the NCAA women's basketball champion SC squad.
Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley said Thursday that her team has declined an invitation to visit the White House and instead will focus on the season ahead.
SC won its first national championship last April with a win over Mississippi State in the title game.
Oklahoma University announced that its 2016-2017 championship teams in women's and men's gymnastics, golf and softball would attend Friday.
Staley was all for going to the White House in the weeks after the title game, saying she would leave it up to her players if they wanted to go or not but that she was definitely going.
The difference is that the Tar Heels were invited to be the only team feted that day, much as football's Clemson Tigers were earlier in the year, as well as major professional sports champions.
After first saying the team would visit the White House after they won the tournament, the Associated Press reported Staley said in September they had yet to get an invitation "and that in itself speaks volumes".
Staley has stuck to her guns, stating on Thursday that the squad had finally heard from the White House but would not be attending.
The men's basketball champions - North Carolina - is also absent Friday. "The only invitation we are thinking about is to the 2018 NCAA tournament". The feud erupted as Trump was lambasting NFL athletes for kneeling in protest during the national anthem. The Florida baseball team is among those that will be honored. The women's team, led by coach K.J. Kindler, won its second consecutive title over LSU.