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Wake Forest Football: Hartman Out Indefinitely For Non-Football Related Medical Condition

Wake Forest Football: Hartman Out Indefinitely For Non-Football Related Medical Condition

WINSTON-SALEM, NC — Redshirt junior quarterback Sam Hartman, one of the nation’s top returning players, has been out indefinitely after a medical evaluation that took place Tuesday afternoon at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

  • Wake Forest Athletics statement:
  • “After training on Tuesday, August 9, red-shirt junior quarterback Sam Hartman sought medical attention for a non-football-related condition. The results of those tests and subsequent treatment will remove Sam from team activities indefinitely. The timeline for his return to the competition is uncertain. While respecting Sam’s privacy and in accordance with HIPAA, no additional details are shared at this time. Wake Forest Athletics medical and athletic training staff provides constant support for Sam and his family. More updates will be shared as needed.

“Wake Forest Athletics encourages benefactors to send messages of support to Sam and his family via email at [email protected]

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  • Statement from head football coach Dave Clawson:
  • “Sam Hartman is the true embodiment of a leader and is one of the best young men I have ever had the pleasure of coaching. As a two-time captain and after record seasons in 2020 and 2021, Sam was intensely focused on improving his teammates throughout the off-season. and helped our program continue to accomplish great things on the field. In addition, he is an incredible person in the community and in the classroom. We look forward to having Sam back on the field as soon as possible and in the meantime, Sam and his family has the full support of our technical staff and our program for his recovery.”
  • Statement from the Director of Athletics John Currie
  • “Our number one priority at Wake Forest is always the health and safety of our student athletes. As we gather around Sam and his family, we are grateful for the expert care and attention of our entire sports medicine team led by Chief Physician Dr. Chris Miles and head coach/associate athletic director Niles Fleet. Sam Hartman represents all about intercollegiate athletics and the unparalleled team culture Coach Clawson has built in Wake Forest. We know all of Deacon Nation is in his corner.”
  • Statement from Redshirt Junior Quarterback Sam Hartman:
  • “Tuesday was a frustrating day, but I am our medical staff and Dr. Extremely grateful to Chris Miles and Niles Fleet for helping me through this process. I look forward to tackling this rehabilitation process and I am so grateful for the support I have received from my family, teammates and coaches.”

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