Maryland sophomore basketball player hits NCAA transfer portal
A Maryland sophomore basketball player will be exploring his options outside of College Park.
On Monday, Emily Giambalvo of The Washington Post reported that Ricky Lindo Jr. has entered is name into the NCAA transfer portal. He appeared in 63 career games during his two years with the Terrapins, including 29 contests during Maryland’s B1G regular season title run.
This past season, Lindo averaged 7.1 minutes of playing time, while also averaging 1.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per contest. The Terrapins finished the season with a 24-7 record and a 14-6 mark in B1G play. They shared a piece of the B1G regular season crown with Michigan State and Wisconsin.
Maryland basketball sophomore Ricky Lindo Jr. has entered his name in the transfer portal, per source.
— Emily Giambalvo (@EmilyGiam) March 30, 2020
During his freshman season, Lindo averaged 1.9 points and 3.5 rebounds per game while seeing more than 12 minutes of action per contest as a freshman.
One of Lindo’s best career games came in November this past season, playing 21 minutes and scoring 13 points in Maryland’s win over Fairfield. He also grabbed seven rebounds in that contest.