MM 5.24: Assistant coach Orlando “Bino” Ranson to leave Maryland men’s basketball


Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Orlando “Bino” Ranson is leaving the program to take a position at DePaul, a source confirmed to Testudo Times.

Ranson has been the longest-standing assistant on head coach Mark Turgeon’s staff in College Park, coaching for 11 seasons since being hired in the summer of 2010.

While on the Terrapin staff, Ranson has become a fixture on the recruiting trail, consistently bringing in key talent from the DMV area and across the nation. Since 2011, Ranson has been the primary recruiter for 12 incoming players, including five-stars Diamond Stone and Jalen Smith and four-stars such as Darryl Morsell, James Graham III and Charles Mitchell.

Turgeon already filled one assistant coaching position this offseason, hiring former Wake Forest head coach and Kansas teammate Danny Manning to the staff.

Needing to replace Ranson comes at a time where the local recruiting scene is set to take off. Area recruits such as four-star DeMatha Catholic small forward Tyrell Ward (2022), five-star St. Frances small forward Kwame Evans Jr. (2023) and many others will soon be diving into college programs.

In other news

Maryland men’s lacrosse defeated Notre Dame in overtime to advance to the Final Four.

Maryland baseball clinched the series against No. 24 Michigan with a win over the Wolverines on Sunday.

Maryland women’s golf closed out their season at the NCAA Championship.

Maryland women’s tennis player Ayana Akli advanced to the second round of the NCAA Singles Championship.

Former Maryland men’s soccer player Donovan Pines was active on Sunday for the first time all season and entered play in the 78th minute.

Former Maryland men’s soccer goalkeeper Zack Steffen officially received his Premier League Winners Medal Sunday.

Former Maryland women’s basketball star Shatori Walker-Kimbrough signed with Connecticut Sun this weekend bringing the total number of Terps on the Sun roster up to five.

Maryland athletics teams congratulated athletes who graduated after the spring 2021 semester.





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