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The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is currently underway with over half of the country's ranked wrestlers in the field. With so much talent in one tournament, we're keeping track of all of the upsets in the below article.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational is underway. Full brackets and match archives can be found on FloArena. Quarterfinals will be wrestled Friday night with semis and finals occurring Saturday. You can find the full detailed schedule HERE.
Lorenzo Norman was a bit of an unknown at the NCAA level entering the 2023 CKLV. That changed when Norman, who entered the tournament with a 1-0 record, beat high-powered Oklahoma State freshman Brayden Thompson in his opening bout and followed that up with a 4-2 victory over 2021 NCAA champion Shane Griffith.
Bryce Andonian vs Meyer Shapiro may have been the most anticipated second-round match in the history of the Cliff Keen-Las Vegas Invitational. Andonian, seeded #3, is a two-time All-American for Virginia Tech, while Shapiro, seeded #14, is a promising true freshman and the winner of two age-level World Championships.
The best regular season college tournament of the year is here! We've compiled all the best matches for you in one convenient place here in this article. Refresh it throughout Friday and Saturday to stay on top of all the craziest matches.
After giving up an early lead to North Carolina freshman Danny Nini, Iowa State freshman Cody Chittum pulled off a comeback to advance to the round of 16. Chittum's victory sets up a match in the next round with Stanford sophomore Daniel Cardenas, the #9 ranked wrestler in the country.
The 2023 Cliff Keen Las Vegas is the toughest in-season tournament of the year and is going down on December 1-2. Check out the below article for our bracket reactions for this incredible tournament.
CKLV brackets have been released. Check out complete brackets, team scores, and links to match archives on FloArena.
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.
The Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational has become the deepest regular season tournament on the NCAA wrestling calendar. This year's field is insanely deep. While we don't have final registrations for the tournament yet, if all the teams registered bring their starters, 176 ranked wrestlers will be in action--that's over half of all the ranked wrestlers in the country.
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.