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On many chances threads, I have noticed people listing all sorts of music-related activites. Even if they only play one instrument, it seems to add about five or six ECs to their already long list, as well as a good number of awards. I understand that music takes a lot of time and dedication, but sports do as well. Do colleges recognize the amount of effort put into varsity sports, even if you are not the captain or the best player? It seems like sports count as one thing, while music often covers an application. What do you think?