picture of 2016 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invite

Completed · Dec 3, 2016

For years now The Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invite has been one of the premier tournaments in the country and this year is no different. 30 Division I teams will descend on Sin City looking to bring home a title. Arizona State, Cornell, Iowa State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Michigan, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, and Wisconsin will all be in action in Vegas.

  1. Connor Medbery And Ty Walz Settle CKLV In Overtime

    Connor Medbery And Ty Walz Settle CKLV In Overtime

    Dec 5, 2016

    The 285 pound Cliff Keen Las Vegas final came down to a rematch of the All Star Classic. Wisconsin's Connor Medbery won that match 5-2 over Ty Walz of Virginia Tech. Their CKLV heavyweight finals match came down to overtime as Walz kept the pressure on Medbery for the entire match.
  2. Two Challenges In Dance/Rodriguez CKLV Final

    Two Challenges In Dance/Rodriguez CKLV Final

    Dec 5, 2016

    Joey Dance finally got his Cliff Keen Las Vegas title, but it certainly didn't come easy. This one was full of controversy, from the early leg cradle to a late takedown call on the edge. It was a great way to start the evening of finals.
  3. Micah Jordan's Late Cradle Seals CKLV Title

    Micah Jordan's Late Cradle Seals CKLV Title

    Dec 5, 2016

    Pat Lugo of Edinboro looked too strong to stop en route to the CKLV finals, and even led early in this one. But Micah Jordan proved to be too much, as he looked great at his new weight all weekend.
  4. Revenge Match For Joey McKenna Against Bryce Meredith

    Revenge Match For Joey McKenna Against Bryce Meredith

    Dec 4, 2016

    Joey McKenna came in to the 2016 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invite as the top seed and No. 2 wrestler in the country. But he had a score to settle with Wyoming's Bryce Meredith in the 141 pound finals. Meredith upended McKenna 5-3 in the NCAA semis this past march, so peep their grudge match below.
  5. "Strap Up" For Nathan Tomasello And Stevan Micic's CKLV Final

    "Strap Up" For Nathan Tomasello And Stevan Micic's CKLV Final

    Dec 4, 2016

    With Ohio State locked in a tight team race, national champ Nathan Tomasello took the mat against junior world medalist Stevan Micic of Michigan. In Tomasello's first tournament at 133 pounds, the Wolverine freshman pushed him to the limit. Two controversial calls in the second wound up deciding the match, check them both out below.
  6. Cliff Keen Las Vegas Finals Matchups

    Cliff Keen Las Vegas Finals Matchups

    Dec 3, 2016

    Finals of the 2016 Cliff Keen Las Vegas are set, you can find them all below. Action starts at 3 p.m. pacific time and will be LIVE on FloWrestling.
  7. Top 9 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Semi's

    Top 9 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Semi's

    Dec 3, 2016

    The semifinal round of Cliff Keen Las Vegas promises to be an outstanding one. There are a few that stand out especially. The semi's will begin at 10 AM PST, you can watch them live on FloWrestling. Check out all the brackets and archived matches on FloArena.
  8. Cliff Keen Las Vegas Semis Set

    Cliff Keen Las Vegas Semis Set

    Dec 3, 2016

    The semifinals are set as the evening session of hte 2016 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invite has ended. Check out all of the awesome semis on tap for tomorrow morning. Wrestling starts at 9 a.m. pacific time and is once again LIVE on FloWrestling. Complete brackets and matches can be found on FloArena.
  9. Eight Must See CKLV Quarterfinals

    Eight Must See CKLV Quarterfinals

    Dec 2, 2016

    The quarterfinals are set here at the 2016 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invititational. These are eight you will need to keep your eye on. Wrestling starts at 6 p.m. pacific time and every one can be seen LIVE on FloWrestling. Complete brackets can be found on FloArena.
  10. Cliff Keen Las Vegas Session 1 Stud Watch

    Cliff Keen Las Vegas Session 1 Stud Watch

    Dec 2, 2016

    NCAA Wrestling Live On FLO: Dec. 2: No. 2 Iowa at South Dakota State (7 PM CT) | Dec. 2-3: Cliff Keen Las Vegas | Dec. 3: UNI Open | Dec. 4: Journeymen Tussle | Dec. 4: Pitt at No. 1 Oklahoma State (1 PM CT)