Bradley Bourgeois returns for the 2021 season on the second year of his multiyear contract he signed prior to the 2020 season.
Bourgeois joined FC Tulsa ahead of the 2020 season on a multiyear deal. The defender was named Vice Captain before the season began and showed the appointment was warranted, playing every minute of the 2020 campaign. He earned club honors as the 2020 FC Tulsa Defender of the Year.
His 47 clearances were the most on the team, and he also finished first in aerial duals. Bourgeois was second on the club in blocks and third in interceptions.
Bourgeois chipped in offensively with an assist, the third of his professional career.
Bourgeois played one season for FC Tulsa when the club was known as Tulsa Roughnecks FC. It was a coming out party for the defender as he made 29 appearances on the backline while helping to lead Tulsa to a USL Championship Playoff berth, the first in club history.
Bourgeois is 7th all-time in club appearances and 5th in minutes. Amongst defenders he is second and first in those categories respectively.
2018-2019 - NASHVILLE SC (USL CHAMPIONSHIP)
His breakout 2017 season in Tulsa offered Bourgeois the chance to join USL Championship's Nashville SC, now of MLS. In Nashville’s two Championship-level seasons, Bourgeois made 42 appearances as a major cog in NSC’s second-ranked defense in 2018 and top-ranked defense in 2019. Bourgeois also nabbed two goals and two assists in his two years with the Music City-based club.
2016 - HOUSTON DYNAMO/RGV TOROS FC
After college, Bourgeois signed for Houston Dynamo in MLS as a Homegrown Player and made six appearances for the club's USL Championship affiliate, RGV Toros FC in 2016.
Bourgeois first endeared himself in Tulsa as a standout defender for the TU Golden Hurricanes. He was a two-time All-Conference First Team player in 2014 and 2015, amongst numerous other collegiate accolades. He started all 81 matches that TU played during his four years in Tulsa, scoring seven times and adding an assist. Bourgeois was a freshman on TU’s historic 2012 C-USA champion team that advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. He then was a starter in 2014 and ’15 when the Hurricanes won back-to-back American Athletic Conference championships, making two more NCAA Tournament appearances.