HAMDEN, Conn. - It has only been three months since the start of the 2018 season, but if you ask anyone around the Quinnipiac women's soccer team about freshman midfielder Selena Salas, they'll say that she is different.
It's not just because she is one of Quinnipiac's top 3 point scorers amidst her first season of Division I soccer, or because she is just one of five Quinnipiac student-athletes to hail from Spain.
From her extensive travels to her play on the pitch, Salas is simply wired differently than most and is already thriving in the brand new environment of Hamden, Connecticut.
But that uniqueness she possesses is also something that has become normalized over time.
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