Signed with FC Dallas as a Home Grown Player on July 30, 2010.
2014: Ranked fourth on the team in minutes played (2,365)… Became the first FC Dallas Homegrown player to play over 2,000 minutes in a season… From May 10 to Nov. 10, Ulloa appeared in 33 consecutive matches across all competitions… Made his first first-team appearance since Oct. 22, 2011 on March 29… Picked up his first career assist in a 2-0 win against New England on June 19. 2013: Led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes played (1080) for the third consecutive season… Played the full 90 minutes in all 12 reserve matches he played… Scored two goals. 2012: Ulloa once again led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes played (775)… Recorded one assist for the 5-3-2 FC Dallas Reserves. 2011: Led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes played (900) by playing every minute of every match… Ended the season with two assists for the 6-4-0 FC Dallas Reserves… Made his first-team debut in a 4-2 loss at San Jose on Oct. 22. 2010: Ulloa made his FC Dallas debut in a 2-0 win over the Colorado Rapids Reserves on Oct. 10. He played 45 minutes as an outside midfielder.
The midfielder started 29 of 31 games and scored two goals during the U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy (USSDA) regular season. Ulloa also scored during the group stage of USSDA Finals Week. His goal came in the team’s second match of the season-ending tournament against the Derby County Wolves. Ulloa was named to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s Central Conference Starting XI following the event.
Ulloa was born in Chihuahua, Mexico... His parents are Guillermina and Evaristo Ulloa... Has a little sister, Anahi who is eight years old... Also has a brother, Ivan, who is 14... In his spare time, Ulloa hangs out with my family and friends... Likes to play PS3 in his spare time... His favorite team is Barcelona... His favorite player is Zinedine Zidane.