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Chattahoochee High School triplets Jay, Kevin and Mick Litherland have signed national letters of intent to swim at the University of Georgia, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Jay won the bronze medalist in the 400-yard individual medley at the Junior Nationals in August. Kevin won the bronze medalist in the 1500 freestyle at the Junior Nationals. Mick swam in the finals of the 200 butterfly and the 400 individual medley at the Junior Nationals. He has also been recognized as a Scholastic All-American.
The triplets helped Chattahoochee finish runner-up to Parkview in Class AAAAAA last year.
From the AJC:
“We are extremely excited about having these three young men join us,” Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle said in a university press release. “They are all great swimmers, and they are highly thought of in the swimming world nationally. Each one is a talented young man, and they will have a profound effect on our program, particularly at the NCAAs level. They all had extremely successful summers, and they are all on their way up. I am looking forward to seeing what they do for Georgia and for themselves.”