Coach Bynoe begins his fourth season with the hawks as Assistant Coach responsible for the Throws, and as one of the team's Strength and Conditioning Coach. Since arriving at University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Bynoe has developed the hawk's throwing program into an impressive corps that has been extremely successful both locally and on the national stage.
He had a successful season last year when for the first time in UMES history a female thrower qualified for the NCAA's.
Bynoe has an impressive collegiate track resume, ranging from being named top throws coach in the NAIA med/west region to have coached 13 NCAA national qualifiers ranging from the NAIA and the NCAA's. To date he has been able to produced 9 all Americans in the NCAA.
A native of the Commonwealth of Dominica, and an IAAF Level Four throws coach, Bynoe brings 20 years of experience to UMES. He has established himself as one of the most recognized and successful coaches in his country and Caribbean. His accomplishments led him to be chosen as the national coach for the 1996 Olympic Games held in Atlanta and the World Games in Edmonton Canada in 1998.
Coach Bynoe brings a wealth of experience and a rich history of excellence to the program. But, more importantly, he brings an understanding on what it takes at the highest levels through a deep appreciative of science and technique; he also understands the human element on what the throwing events involves. In essence, coach Bynoe brings to UMES what it takes in making of champions.
With Bynoe's guidance and his instrumental leadership to his throwers the throwing program at UMES has jump from being just a throwing program of the MEAC, IC4A'S / ECAS's but to a powerful and one that is recognized as the program that produces year after year.
Before coming to UMES, Bynoe coached at McKendree University as throws coach and the team's strength and conditioning coach. During his time there he was able to develop and re-structure the throwing program which saw eight throwers became All-Americans status and won two conference championships.
Bynoe's passion is to see his student-athletes get through college both academically and physically. In his extra time he finds it relaxing is just staying home and reading and evaluating throwers and their techniques.
Bynoe graduated in 2007 from McKendree University with a BS in Physical Education with minors in Sports Psychology and Coaching. He is presently pursuing his Masters in Sports Management.