Chase Naccarato

Chase Naccarato

Player Profile


Spokane, Wash.

High School:
Mt. Spokane

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 166

Wide Receiver/Returns




An A+ effort: Montana tops Big Sky Conference


Offense has breakout evening in final scrimmage of spring drills

Six different players score touchdowns as the offense racks up 465 yards on a beautiful night in WGS


A review of Griz spring football practice No. 12

Final scrimmage slated for Friday, April 19; former Griz QBs Dickenson and Edwards will be on hand


Defense leads the way in the Grizzlies' annual Spring Game in Ronan

Griz D grabs four interceptions & has seven sacks/Canada paces the offense with 109 yards rushing


A review of spring football practice No. 9

Griz are just a couple of days away from their Spring Game, Saturday in Ronan


Montana vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/13)

Montana vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/13)


Montana vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State (9/21/13)

Montana vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State (9/21/13)


Grizzly Football vs Appalachian State 08/31/13

Action & Event Photos


Montana vs. Northern Arizona (9/22/12)

Montana vs. Northern Arizona (9/22/12)

MONTANA: Chase will see action again at wide receiver and as a returner. He ended spring drills as the starter at UM's slot receiver position. He is the Grizzlies' third leading returning receiver.

2013: He played in all 13 games and started in four. He was fourth on the team with 17 receptions. He also had seven punt returns and averaged 21.4 yards per return. He was an All-Big Sky Conference academic team selection.

2012: He played in eight games as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: He was a two-way starter at Mt. Spokane, playing cornerback and wide receiver. He was named first team all-state and all-league in football as a senior. Tabbed the Greater Spokane League's All-purpose Player of the Year as a junior. Holds his high school's record with 53 career touchdowns. He also lettered four times in track. He holds the school mark in the 40-yard dash. Served as team captain and was the team MVP in track as a junior and senior. He was chosen football team captain and MVP in football his senior year. His high school football coach was Mike McLaughlin.

CAREER HIGHS: He had five receptions, including a 15-yarder for a touchdown in an FCS playoff game against Coastal Carolina last season. He had 48 receiving yards versus Eastern Washington a year ago. He had a 54-yard run against Oklahoma Panhandle State in 2013. He had a career-long 29-yard kickoff return against Northern Arizona in 2012.

PERSONAL: His major is undecided at this time. Birth date: Nov. 24, 1993. His parents are Scott and Stephanie Naccarato of Spokane.

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