FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The times have been set for Arkansas’ NCAA tennis regional while three Razorbacks found out on Wednesday they have qualified for the NCAA individual championships. Arkansas is playing host to the four-team regional May 15-16. Tennessee faces Wichita State at 10 a.m. and Arkansas meets Oklahoma State at 2 p.m. on May 15. The two winners play in the regional final at 1 p.m. on May 16. Admission each day is $5. Credit cards will not be accepted. UA is 14-9 and ranked No. 27 in the nation. Tennessee, 13-8, is ranked No. 18 and is the No. 15 seed in the tournament. OSU, 17-5, is ranked No. 31 and WSU is 17-11. While the Razorbacks will be trying to advance to Tulsa for the team championships May 22-25, sophomore Adrians Zguns, senior Nathan Price and freshman Matt Simpson will be competing in the NCAA individual tournaments. Zguns, ranked No. 18 in nation, and Price, ranked No. 38, have earned spots in the singles bracket while Price and Simpson have earned a spot in the doubles tournament.