Meredith Siebers is a Nursing major at SAU. She plans to graduate in the winter of 2023 and continue her education to become a nurse practitioner. Meredith plays volleyball and participates in Dance Marathon, Campus Ministry, and Bridge Bible Study.
Luke Siebers is an accounting major, planning to graduate in 2024 and hopes to become a Certified Public Accountant. He is on the men’s golf team and is the oldest between him and his sister by 19 minutes.
The Siebers were both drawn to SAU by their academic goals and interest in continuing their athletic careers. They both say their favorite part of having a twin on campus is always having someone who will be there for them.
Claire Duncan is an exercise science major with a biology minor. She plans to graduate in 2022 and continue on to graduate with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2023. Claire ran cross country and track for her first three years at SAU.
Emma Duncan is a business economics and marketing major with a minor in environmental studies. Emma is on the cross country and track team at SAU and is the oldest between her and her sister by 2 minutes.
The Duncan twins are both part of Green Life and the Sustainability Committee on campus. They enjoy being part of the same athletic teams and also having their twin on campus to be there when they need anything.
Lauren Swanger is a nursing major, planning to graduate in 2025 and continue her education to become a nurse practitioner. Lauren is on the women’s volleyball and track and field team. She is the oldest between her and brother.
Kaden Swanger is a computer science and business administration major with an economics minor. He plans to graduate in 2025 and get a job at a large tech company, developing software. Kaden is a thrower on the men’s track and field team.
The Swanger twins were drawn to SAU for athletics, academics and community. The twins shared the same friend group all through high school and say their favorite part about having a twin on campus is “always having someone to study and hang out with, and seeing each other randomly on campus is fun.”