Oklahoma State is heading to a tournament it’s been absent from for more than two decades.
There's no tougher in-season college wrestling tournament this year than the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational. Teams are also only allowed to bring one starter per weight class so it very much has the feel of the NCAA Championships.
It's the deepest, raddest, and baddest college wrestling tournament of the year (outside of the NCAA Championships). The Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is the biggest wrestling event of the season and it's going down this weekend at the Westgate.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is set to go down December 1-2 and will be the best regular season tournament of the year. The storylines are endless entering the tournament and there will be a number of “can’t-miss” matches throughout. However, in the article below, we decided to highlight a few of the best matches that could go down in Vegas this weekend to just how amazing this tournament is.
A Virginia Tech season that opened with a deflating loss to #5 Ohio State has taken a much-needed U-turn with wins over American and #21 Rutgers and a four-champion performance at the Keystone Open. Coach Tony Robie will look for continued progress Friday and Saturday at the talent-laden Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, but only seven Hokies boarded the westbound plane on Wednesday.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is set to go down on December 1-2 and will be the best in-season tournament of the year. Check out the below article for a breakdown and predictions of 125-141 at this year’s CKLV.
The Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational sets the stage for freshman to announce themselves as NCAA All-American contenders. The list of breakout freshmen at CKLV is long. Last year, ASU freshman Richard Figueroa won the bracket at 125 lbs with a victory over eventual NCAA finalist Matt Ramos in the finals. Vegas is also where guys like Austin DeSanto and Hunter Stieber pulled off massive upsets that helped launch their careers.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is the best in-season wrestling tournament of the year. Follow these storylines as you watch the tournament unfold live on FloWrestling, December 1-2.
Some of the best college wrestling programs in the country will travel to the desert this December for the 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, which is streaming live on FloWrestling and the FloSports app.
The closest thing college wrestling fans will get to an NCAA Wrestling Tournament preview will come about four months earlier as teams flock to Las Vegas for the most premier tournament of the regular season.
About a week after filling up at Thanksgiving and less than a month before Christmas, college wrestling fans will get a gift that will for sure whet the appetite.
The first month of the season has pretty much gone to script for Cornell and head coach Mike Grey.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is set to go down on December 1-2 and will be the best in-season tournament of the year. Check out the below article for a breakdown and predictions of 149-174 at this year’s CKLV.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Intiviation is set to go down December 1-2 and will be the best in-season tournament of the year. You can watch the tournament live only on FloWrestling and view the pre-seeds for this incredible tournament in the below article.
For years, the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational has been the toughest in-season tournament on the NCAA wrestling calendar. Before the 2023 CKLV gets underway, relive some of the best matches from the past right here.