- U.S. National Team: MNT
- Position: Midfielder
- Date Of Birth: April 29, 1987
- Height: 5-10
- Weight: 160
- Hometown: Weston, Fla.
- Club: out of contract
Perhaps no other U.S. player improved his standing so much in 2010 as Bedoya, going from a rookie in January camp to making the 30-man preliminary roster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. A speedy winger with good technique and a great shot from distance, Bedoya has completed two seasons in Sweden after twice being named a finalist for the MAC Hermann trophy award as the nation’s top collegiate player in 2009.
- Debuted for national team in 2010 and made six appearances
- Got his first start on Aug. 10 against Brazil, and again in the 1-0 victory against South Africa
- Helped Örebro qualify for the Europa League after they finished third in Sweden’s Allsvenskan
2010: Earned a regular starting spot in his second season, finishing 2010 campaign with 26 starts in league matches and scoring two goals …Tallied the game-winner in the 1-0 win against IF Brommapojkarna on April 15 … 2009: Officially joined Örebro SK on Jan. 7 … Made professional debut on April 6 against Djurgården … 2008: Signed a contract with Allsvenskan club Örebro SK.
One of three players in Boston College program history to earn All-America honors twice ... As a senior in 2009 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.
Earned a bachelor of science degree in marketing from the Carroll School of Management in May 2009 … Earned Senior Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors at Boston College’s All-Sports Banquet in May 2009 … Born to Colombian parents … His father, Adriano, played professional soccer in Colombia, as did his grandfather, Fabio ... His sister, Marcela, and brother, Santiago, both played collegiate sports ... Enjoys playing tennis, basketball and football in the offseason.