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Transfer Bedoya comes through again for Boston College
September 19th, 2007 8AM
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Junior Alejandro Bedoya is one of the nation's most influential transfers.

Bedoya, who earned All-Northeast Conference first-team honors in 2005 and 2006 at Fairleigh Dickinson, doubled his season totals with one goal and three assists on Tuesday night and led No. 13 Boston College to an 8-0 win over Maine.

Bedoya had assists on both goals by Sherron Manswell in the 2-0 victory over Maryland on Saturday and had the gamewinner a week before that in the 2-0 win over MAAC champion Fairfield.

Bedoya is one of three first-year players from South Florida to enroll at BC along with Shawn Chin and Mario Uribe. Chin was another of the eight players to score against Maine, notching the first goal -- his first collegiate goal -- just more than 12 minutes into the game.

Junior Dan Lane, a transfer from nearby Wheaton, a Division III power, also scored his first goal for BC. He had 24 goals in two seasons at Wheaton.



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