The Utes are somewhat familiar with Arkansas, having competed and won the regional competition there in 2014.
"From what I remember our performance was a good one and we will talk with the team about that," Utah coach Megan Marsden said. "Some of the athletes were not here at the time, but it will be helpful."
As the top seed at regionals, the Utes should be able to advance to the NCAAs as long as they hit their routines, although Marsden cautioned the team couldn't get too relaxed.
"Every regional is packed with talent and it is difficult to move on if you aren't only hitting your routines but sticking them too at this point," she said. "It only gets greater what it takes to move forward at this point."
The Utes defeated Denver in a quad meet in January and beat Cal both in the regular season and at the Pac-12 Championships.
Auburn, coached by former Utah assistant Jeff Graba, is just the fourth seed, but could be a dangerous team since it logged a season high of 196.55 at the SEC Championships for a sixth-place showing.
As excited as they are to get ready for the regional competition, Utah's gymnasts are taking a few days to recover, and enjoy, their Pac-12 winning effort on Saturday.
The Utes won the Pac-12 championship with a season-high score of 197.925. Utah also won the title in 2014 and 2015 and placed second to UCLA a year ago.
"We feel like its back to its rightful owners," junior Maddy Stover said. "When we won it the first time, it kind of went over my head a bit. This one, we felt like we earned it after going through our trials and triumphs and it is going to be awesome to see the banner hang in the gym. It showed how tenacious this team is and how hard work pays off."
Utah senior Baely Rowe said the win gives the Utes some added confidence.
"We wanted to put a meet together of hitting 24-for-24 and seeing where that took us, and it was a great meet," she said. "We couldn't have asked for anything more. Now we have a couple of days of laying low and getting our bodies over some aches and pains before regionals."