COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Notre Dame started its season with a bang, posting a perfect 6-0 record at the Western Duals on Saturday at Falcon Gym. Senior foilists Enzo Castellani and Reggie Bentley and sabreist Keith Feldman all reached the 100-win plateau for their careers at the event.

After starting off the day with an impressive 26-1 win against Cal Tech, that saw epee go 8-1 with foil and sabre going a perfect 9-0, the Irish reeled off a 23-4 decision against UC San Diego, aided by foil and sabre going 8-1 and epee going 7-2. The third match of the day saw Notre Dame claim its first perfect sheet as the squad took down Swarthmore 27-0.

Entering on a high note, the Irish faced their two toughest matches of the event against Air Force and Stanford. Though getting tested in both contests, Notre Dame emerged with identical 18-9 victories, with sabre (7-2) pacing the team in the Air Force match and foil (9-0) proving unbeatable in the Stanford contest. With only one match left on the day, the Irish posted their second perfect ledger in defeating Florida 27-0.

Notre Dame's foil squad paced the team on the day, posting a total record of 50-4. Bentley led the way with a 15-1 record overall that saw him reach the 100-win plateau with his victory against Andrew Scheuermann of Stanford, 5-0. Castellani joined the fellow senior on the 100-win chart with his 5-0 victory against Isaac Madan of Stanford. For the day, Castellani finished with a perfect 11-0 record. Also competing in foil was Nickolas Kubik and Nicholas Crebs who finished with individual records of 13-3 and 11-0, respectively.

Sabre finished just behind the foil squad, concluding with a 48-6 record on the day. In finishing with a record of 11-2 at the tournament, Feldman himself reached the 100-win mark with a 5-1 decision against Stanford's Cameron Lindsay. Jason Choy posted a perfect mark at the Western Duals, finishing 10-0. Kevin Hassett (11-1) and Alexander Coccia (10-2) joined the competitors to reach 10 wins on the day. William Meckling finished his first tournament with the Irish with a 6-1 record.

Epee rounded out the Irish dominance, finishing with a mark of 41-13. Michael Rossi led the way in terms of victories, posting a record of 11-4, while the remaining three Irish epeeists -- James Kaull (10-3), Jack Piasio (10-4), Dale Purdy (10-2) -- reached the 10-win platform.