Inducted in 2000
Andy Bedard
Born on November 30, -0001 in

First team All-America East choice in 1998-99 and 1999-'00 ... ran among the nation's best in assists each of the last two seasons ... Senior captain, he led America East and ranks 13th in the country (as of 3/6) with 6.89 assists per game...ranks 18th all-time at Maine in scoring (1,071) and third in assists (489)...his final season ended in the America East Quarter finals versus Hartford when he broke his left wrist ... 14 points and game winning three-pointer as time expired in overtime win at Northeastern ... finished with 193 assists this season, improving his 1998-'99 school mark of 181 assists ... third career double-double with 16 points and 12 assists in home win versus Hartford ... Led Maine in scoring with 21 at Hartford and 19 at home over Towson ... America East Player of the Week January 10 after 20.0 PE over UH/TU has 10 games of 40 or more minutes this season ... recorded his 1,000th career point Feb. 11 at UNH ... only one other Black Bear has registered both 1,000 points and 400 assists (Case Arena) ... tied a career high with 13 assists in UCLA game ... he is fourth among Black Bears with 12.7ppg ... 14 points and 10 assists versus Troy State ... earned Pepsi Marist All-Tournament honors ... played 50 minutes and scored 14 points in the Sacred Heart win ... contributed 8 of UMaine's 11 points in the second OT ... earned first team All-America East honors ... had six or more assists in 38 of his last 40 games.

High School: Played one season at Maine Central Institute prior to enroll­ing at Boston College ... served as captain for Coach Max Good ... averaged 16 points, 10 assists, and four steals during the 1994-'95 season at MCI ... averaged 36 points, 8 assists and 8 rebounds as a junior at Mountain Valley High School when his team won the Maine Class B championship...also named Gatorade Player of the Year after his junior season ... set a state record for most points in a game at 53 points ... was a three-time All-State selection and state champion in the triple jump.

Andy is the son of Bonnie Johnson and Ray Bedard.

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