She said she plans on suiting up as a shooting guard for the Bison.
"As soon as I stepped foot on campus, it felt like home. That's what mattered because every other campus I visited felt foreign to me. But when I went to Bethany, everyone was so nice and caring that I just felt at home," Good said.
He said playing lacrosse in-state is a dream come true.
"Coach Dreisbach left University and came up here my sophomore year three years ago. So I was a part of the first team with 17 guys and I've been playing ever since. Honestly, I never thought I would get the chance to play in college. When AB contacted me it was pretty cool," Chadwell said.
Jonathan McCabe will also play men's lacrosse, however McCabe chose Potomac State. Potomac State will feature a brand new program this year.
He said he can't wait to get started.
"It's expected with every new program that there's going to be some growing pains. But he said pretty much that it's going to be a fun ride. I mean, I'm going to learn a lot. Also, I have a good chance of either starting or having more playing time," McCabe said.
He said Potomac State wasn't too big -- not too small. Simply put, it was just right.
"Down there it's kind of homey. It's not too small to where it feels like a bigger high school and it's not too large to where it's overwhelming like a city. So it's kind of a nice change," Harmon said.