CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- Virginia men's basketball assistant coach Kyle Getter is headed to Notre Dame to join new head coach Micah Shrewsberry's coaching staff, sources confirmed to Stadium.

Getter will take on the role of associate head coach for the Fighting Irish as Shrewsberry takes over for longtime coach Mike Brey. Shrewsberry and Getter overlapped at Hanover College in 1999, both coaches alma mater.

In five seasons at Virginia, Getter spent the last two as one of the three assistant coaches after previously serving as director of recruiting/development. Getter has helped the Cavaliers to the 2019 NCAA Championship and three ACC regular season titles in 2019, 2021 and most recently a share of the title in 2023.

Prior to UVA, Getter was an assistant coach at Liberty and Radford, while also spending time on the VCU coaching staff when the Rams went to the Final Four in 2011.

Getter's departure leaves Tony Bennett with a whole to fill on his coaching staff for the first time since former associate head coach Ron Sanchez left to become the head coach at UNC-Charlotte.