Former Michigan and Purdue guard Spike Albrecht has landed a job on the Louisville basketball coaching staff. It will be his first opportunity to be a member of a college staff.

Per 247Sports, Albrecht will be joining the program as a graduate assistant. He had previously been coaching at a prep school.

Albrecht was a member of the Michigan basketball team from 2012-16, appearing in 115 games for the Wolverines during his career. His most famous moment came in the 2013 national championship, when he scored 17 points against Louisville. All of those came in the first half of the game.

Entering that game, Albrecht had averaged 2.2 points per game on the year.

Albrect’s senior season was cut short in Ann Arbor due to an injury. With one year of eligibility remaining, the guard opted to transfer to Purdue to finish his college basketball career.

Albrecht is a native of Crown Point, Indiana.