Forward HT: 5’11” WT: 165 DOB: 02-04-80 HOMETOWN: Denver, CO CITIZENSHIP: USA COLLEGE: Bowdoin College LAST CLUB: Richmond Kickers
Professional Experience and Honors:
2011: Bulow returned to Richmond in 2010 after a one season hiatus with Real Maryland. He burst onto the scoring scene during U.S. Open Cup play, adding his sixth goal and his 14th overall in the Kickers 2-0 win over Sporting Kansas City in July. Converting an 82nd minute penalty kick, he leapfrogged Jaime Moreno and Johnny Menyongar to be the sole all-time leading goal scorer in U.S. Open Cup “Pro Era” history. Bulow ranks second on the team in scoring with 10 goals and three assists for 23 points overall.
2010: Bulow made 8 appearances in 299 minutes with the Real Maryland Monarchs of USL-2.
2009: Bulow finished second on the team in scoring with nine goals, ranking sixth in the league with 18 points. He added the Kickers lone goal during US Open Cup play, boosting his totals to 10 goals and 20 points overall. Named Most Valuable Player following the Kickers Championship victory, Bulow added a goal to the 3-1 scoreline against Charlotte.
2008: An offensive force, Bulow returned to the front line in 2008 for his third season. He continued his scoring ways in 2008, leading the team with 12 goals and five assists for 29 points overall good for a second place finish in the league in scoring. He recorded his first professional hat trick with three goals and two assists over Bermuda in July. Taking USL-2 Team of the Week honors three times, he garnered USL-2 Player of the Week honors on August 12th.
2007: Bulow re-joined the starting lineup upon his mid-season return to Richmond, adding six goals and two assists in 17 games played overall. He earned USL-2 Team of the Week honors for his goal in the Kickers 4-1 win in Charlotte on July 14th. Notching the lone goal for the Kickers in the US Open Cup Third Round, Bulow made world news with the 1-0 shocking upset over MLS powerhouse LA Galaxy.
2006: A late-season addition, Bulow joined the Kickers from the Cape Cod Crusaders (PDL) upon the conclusion of the PDL season, just prior to the USL-2 roster freeze date. Making his professional debut on August 5th against the Charlotte Eagles, Bulow appeared in every game to finish the season, starting two. He made an immediate impact on the squad by adding firepower with a goal and two assists in six games played.
College Experience and Honors:
2001: Bowdoin’s leading scorer for the third consecutive season, Bulow notched a career high 17 goals and five assists for 39 points. Garnering NSCAA Third Team All-American Division III honors, he was an All-New England and All-NESCAC First Team selection in his senior season.
2000: Finishing the season first on the team with nine goals and nine assists for 27 points, Bulow earned All-NESCAC Second Team honors for the second consecutive year, while also being named to the NSCAA All-New England Division III Third Team.
1999: In his second season at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, Bulow led the team with four goals and five assists for 13 points and was an All-NESCAC Second Team selection.
Bulow joined the Cape Cod Crusaders of the USL Premier Development League (PDL) and led the team to back-to-back PDL Championships (2003, 2004). After brief stints with Limavady United and Dungannon Swifts of the Irish League in 2005, Bulow rejoined the Crusaders in 2006 as a player/assistant coach. He finished the 2006 regular season second in scoring with Cape Cod with eight goals and three assists for 10 points and was responsible for two goals in the Crusader’s 3-0 PDL Eastern Conference semi-final win over Williamsburg on July 28th.