~ 2006 NCAA QUALIFIER (6th at the Big Ten Championships)
2005-2006 (SOPHOMORE, 165)
Was 4-12 overall in his second season with the Boilermakers, including 1-7 in Big Ten ýduals ... in a 7-3 decision, defeated Nathaniel Augustson of Ohio State (2/10) ... went ýinto the Big Ten Championships (3/4-5) and defeated three of his six opponents (Jake ýDonar of Wisconsin, Bryan Harney of Michigan State and Will Durkee of Northwestern) ýto place sixth and earn a spot in the NCAA Championships ... went 0-2 in NCAA action ýý(3/16-18).ý
2004-2005 (FRESHMAN, 157/165/174)
Had a season record of 5-17, moving from 157 to 174 midway through the campaign ... went 1-5 in Big Ten duals ... opened the Missouri Open (11/21) with a pin over Lindenwood's Jake Dieffenbach ... placed second at the Kent State Open (12/4), going 3-1 in the 157-pound bracket ... made the move to 174 at the Lone Star Duals (1/8) ... defeated Nathaniel Augustson of Ohio State (1/28) to pick up his first Big Ten dual win, 4-3 ... did not earn a varsity letter.
Did not compete during initial season at Purdue.
Three-year letterwinner at Bishop Noll High School ... claimed the FILA Cadet national championship as a sophomore in the 76kg classification, recording an 11-0 technical fall over Jack Jensen of Sheboygan, Wis. ... was the runner-up at the Indiana state tournament as a senior ... coached by Dave Maldonado.
Born on April 24, 1984, in Hammond, Ind. ... full name is Daniel Bedoy ... son of Amparo and Rudy Bedoy ... has one brother, John, and one sister, Apalonia ... enjoys playing chess ... majoring in health and fitness.