ARKANSAS NEWS BUREAUFAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn believed his team needed wins in the Southeastern Conference Tournament to host an NCAA Regional this week.He and the Razorbacks will find out if a 2-2 record in Hoover, Ala., was good enough when the NCAA Tournament’s 16 regional hosts are announced today.Arkansas’ run at the SEC Tournament ended with a 3-2 loss to Vanderbilt on Saturday. It wrapped up a week in which Arkansas, which lost to Alabama in Wednesday’s opener, beat Mississippi State and the Crimson Tide to reach the semifinals for the second straight year.The Razorbacks (38-20) are hopeful the performance, coupled with an SEC West championship and a high Rating Percentage Index (No. 14), will give them another chance to play in Baum Stadium. The 16 host sites will be announced at 2:30 p.m. The 64-team field will be revealed Monday at 11:30."I think we’re probably in the talk," Van Horn said last Monday before Arkansas left for the SEC Tournament. "We’re one of four or five schools that’s looking at those last two or three regionals. That would be my guess. "I hope we get one. We play in an awful tough league. It’s been a grind."Arkansas has hosted an NCAA Regional four times in eight previous seasons under Van Horn. It includes last June, when the Razorbacks won and advanced to a Super Regional at Arizona State.This season South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Florida are all regarded as locks for regional host sites. Arkansas would be the fourth SEC school if awarded.Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long said last week the NCAA had received the program’s bids to host both a regional and super regional. Now it’s up to the NCAA Selection Committee to decide if Arkansas’ resume warrants the reward."We’ve had a very strong year," Long said last week. "Whenever we’ve hosted regionals everyone has come away from it feeling good about the job our team does to run the tournament and support the team. We’ve got a great shot to get one. I hope we do for our fans and our team."