Born April 29, 1987 ... signed a three-year professional contract in December 2008 with Sweden's Orebro SK of the Allsvenskan league, the highest league of Swedish soccer ... one of three players in program history to earn All-America honors twice, joining Paul Keegan and Guy Melamed ... earned Senior Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors at Boston College's All-Sports Banquet in May 2009 ... earned a bachelor of science degree in marketing from the Carroll School of Management in May 2009 ... was one of nine collegians to travel to Bradenton, Fla., to participate in a two-week U.S. Olympic Team training camp from Jan. 6-20, 2008 ... played two seasons (2005 and 2006) at Fairleigh Dickinson University, before transferring to Boston College for the 2007 spring semester ... traveled to Bradenton, Fla., to participate in the U.S. Under-20 National Team training camp in December 2006.
AS A SENIOR (2008)
Played in 16 games; missed five games because of injury ... missed the season's first two matches - against Boston University (8/29) and at Providence (9/1) - and three games between Oct. 8 and Oct. 14 ... was named one of 15 semifinalists for the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy recognizing the top player in college soccer ... earned NSCAA All-America second-team honors; also received NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region first-team recognition ... captured College Soccer News All-America second-team honors ... earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team recognition ... registered 15 starts in the midfield ... led the team in scoring with 17 points - six goals and five assists ... totaled 16 points - six goals and four assists - in eight league games; ranked among the league's leaders in several offensive categories - shots (35; first), points (16; second), goals (six; tied-second), assists (four; tied-second) and game-winning goals (two; tied-third) ... earned NSCAA, Soccer America and College Soccer News National Player of the Week honors on Sept. 23 after scoring three goals in the team's 4-1 home win over No. 7 North Carolina (9/19); also captured ACC Player of the Week accolades and was named to the Team of the Week by Soccer America and Top Drawer Soccer ... scored two second-half goals, including the game-winning score in the 85th minute, to lead the team to a 2-1 victory at Virginia Tech (11/7) ... notched two assists, including an assist on Shawn Chin's decisive score, in BC's 2-0 home win over Clemson (10/31) ... returned to the lineup after missing three games and tallied the primary assist on Edvin Worley's decisive score - the game's lone goal - in the 66th minute in a 1-0 home win over Virginia (10/17) ... totaled three points - one goal and one assist - in a 5-2 loss at Wake Forest (10/25).
AS A JUNIOR (2007)
Played in and started all 21 games at midfield ... registered 26 points - eight goals and 10 assists; recorded 15 points - five goals and five assists - in eight league games ... was named one of 15 semifinalists for the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy recognizing the top player in college soccer ... captured NSCAA All-America first-team honors; also received NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region first-team recognition ... earned Soccer America and College Soccer News All-America first-team honors ... earned Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors; also captured All-Conference first-team recognition ... earned All-Tournament honors after leading BC to victories over Virginia (11/14), Virginia Tech (11/16) and Wake Forest (11/18) en route to the 2007 ACC Tournament title ... earned Soccer America National Player of the Week honors on Oct. 29; was twice selected to its Team of the Week - on Oct. 9 and Oct. 28 ... twice earned College Soccer News Team of the Week honors - on Oct. 7 and Oct. 29 ... also captured Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week recognition on Oct. 29 ... earned ACC Co-Player of the Week recognition three times - Sept. 24, Oct. 8 and Oct. 29 ... netted four game-winning scores, including three in ACC regular-season action ... captured All-Conference weekly honors after stellar efforts against Maine and at North Carolina; totaled one goal and three assists in a home win over the Black Bears (9/18), then scored the game-tying goal with just more than three minutes remaining in regulation and assisted on Mike Konicoff's game-winning score just 37 seconds into the overtime period to lead BC to a 2-1 victory over the Tar Heels (9/22) ... he scored two goals in the BC's 4-2 road victory over No. 4 Duke (10/5); earned ACC Co-Player of the Week honors for his efforts ... he netted the game's lone goal in the Eagles' 1-0 home victory over top-ranked Wake Forest (10/27) ... he totaled two assists in BC's 3-1 home victory over Virginia Tech in the team's regular-season finale that clinched sole possession of the ACC regular-season title.
Earned All-Northeast Conference first-team honors in 2005 and 2006 ... gained College Soccer News All-Freshman second-team honors in 2005 ... played in and started 17 matches for the Knights in 2006 ... recorded 15 points - five goals and five assists - in his sophomore season; netted one game-winning goal ... had a team-high 58 shots ... was selected to the Ameritas Classic (at Creighton) All-Tournament Team ... played in 18 matches, making 16 starts, in 2005 ... recorded a team-high 19 points - eight goals and three assists - as a freshman; tallied five game-winning goals ... had a team-high 49 shots.
Earned NSCAA/adidas High School All-America honors as a senior midfielder at St. Thomas Aquinas ... was selected as the 2005 NSCAA/adidas Florida State Player of the Year ... captured 2004-05 FSWA Class 5A All-State first-team honors.
Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... Alejandro is the son of Adriano and Julieta Bedoya ... born April 29, 1987.
BEDOYA'S CAREER STATS
Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots
2005* 18 16 8 3 19 49
2006* 17 17 5 5 15 58
2007 21 21 8 10 26 86
2008 16 14 6 5 17 61
Career Totals 72 68 27 23 77 254