2017 CK Vegas Invitational Pre-Seeds Released

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The pre-seeds for the 2017 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational have been released. 

Make sure you don't miss everything go down this weekend live on FloWrestling. 

Event Schedule 

Friday, December 1


All Times Pacific

9 AM: Round 1 Pig Tail Championship, Round 2 of (32) Championship, Round 3 Consolation of (32), Round 4 Championship of (16), Consolation 1st of (16) Round 5 Consolation 2nd of (16)
6 PM: Round 6 Championship Quarter Finals & Consolation Round 1st of (8)

Saturday, December 2


9 AM: Round 7 Consolation 2nd of (8)
10 AM: Round 8 Championship Semi-Finals, Round 9 Consolation Semi Finals, Consolation Finals 5th & 6th, 7th & 8th Places
3 PM: CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS 1st & 2nd, 3rd & 4th Places

Pre-seeds

125

1. Ethan Lizak, MN

2. Ryan Millhof, ASU

3. Sean Russell, Edinboro

4. Dalton Macri, UNC

5. Connor Schram, Stanford

6. Luke Welch, Purdue

7. Louie Hayes, UVA

8. Taylor LaMont, UVU

9. Zeke Moisey, WVU

10. Drew Mattin, UM

11. Jay Schwarm, UNI


133

1. Stevan Micic, UM

2. Mitch McKee, MN

3. Dom Forys, Pitt

4. Jack Mueller, UVA

5. Luke Pletcher, tOSU

6. Korbin Myers, Edinboro

7. Dennis Gustafson, VT

8. Josh Terao, American

9. Cam Sykora, NDSU

10. Sean Nickell, CSU Bakersfield

11. Ian Parker, ISU


141

1. Bryce Meredith, Wyo

2. Chad Red, Neb

3. Tommy Thorn, MN

4. Javier Gasca, Mich. State

5. Yianni Diakomihalis, Cornell

6. Josh Alber, UNI

7. Tyler Smith, Bucknell

8. Mike Longo, OU

9. Kanen Storr, ISU

10. Mason Smith, Cent. Mich

11. Eli Stickley, Wisco

12. Russell Rohlfing, CSU Bakersfield


149

1. Max Thomsen, UNI

2. Colton McCrystal, Neb

3. Justin Oliver, Cent. Mich

4. KeShawn Hayes, tOSU

5. Troy Heilmann, UNC

6. Solomon Chishko, VT

7. Josh Maruca, ASU

8. Steve Bleise, MN

9. Zander Wick, Wisco

10. Davion Jeffreis, OU

11. Nick Monico, Kent St.

12. Jarrett Degen, ISU


157

1. Tyler Berger, Neb

2. Josh Shields, ASU

3. Micah Jordan, tOSU

4. Alec Pantaleo, UM

5. Clayton Ream, NDSU

6. Colin Heffernan, Cent. Mich

7. Justin Staudenmayer, Brown

8. Jake Short, MN

9. Andrew Crone, Wisco

10. Taleb Rahmani, Pitt

11. Archie Colgan, Wyo


165

1. Logan Massa, UM

2. David McFadden, VT

3. Te’Shan Campbell, tOSU

4. Anthony Valencia, ASU

5. Nick Wanzek, MN

6. Isaiah White, Neb

7. Branson Ashworth, Wyo

8. Keilan Torres, N. Colorado

9. Austin Matthews, Edinboro

10. Evan Wick, Wisco

11. Jon Jay Chavez, Cornell

12. Drew Daniels, Navy 

13. Lorenzo De La Riva, CSU Bakersfield 

14. Jake Wentzel, Pitt

15. Andrew Fogarty, NDSU

16. Demetrius Romero, UVU


174

1. Zahid Valencia, ASU

2. Bo Jordan, tOSU

3. Myles Amine, UM

4. Jadaen Bernstein, Navy

5. Taylor Lujan, UNI

6. Brandon Womack, Cornell

7. Drew Hughes, Mich. State

8. Ethan Ramos, UNC

9. Yoanse Mejias, OU

10. Keaton Subjeck, Stanford

11. CJ Brucki, Cent. Mich

12. Ben Harvey, Army

13. Josef Johnson, Harvard


184

1. Myles Martin, tOSU

2. Domenic Abounader, UM

3. Zach Zavatsky, VT

4. Drew Foster, UNI

5. Jordan Ellingwood, Cent. Mich

6. Max Dean, Cornell

7. Ricky Robertson, Wisco

8. Steven Schneider, Bing

9. Dylan Gabel, N. Colorado

10. Christian LaFragola, Brown

11. Michael Coleman, Navy

12. Alexander DeCaiantis, Drexel

13. Chip Ness, UNC

14. Taylor Venz, Neb


197

1. Kollin Moore, tOSU

2. Jared Haught, VT

3. Kevin Beazley, UM

4. Jake Smith, WVU

5. Matt Williams, CSU Bakersfield

6. Corey Griego, OSU

7. Jeric Kasunic, American

8. Christian Brunner, Purdue

9. Nathan Traxler, Stanford

10. Daneil Chaid, UNC

11. Hunter Ritter, Wisco


285

1. Adam Coon, UM

2. Tanner Hall, ASU

3. Jacob Kasper, Duke

4. Ryan Solomon, Pitt

5. Nathan Butler, Stanford

6. Garrett Ryan, Columbia

7. Brett Dempsey, American

8. Gage Hutchison, E. Mich



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