According to an article written by Marisa Agah of The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, Calif.), former Seward County Community College menís basketball player, Mark Anthony Hall II, died in a fatal car crash early Saturday morning on Highway 60 in Riverside County. Hall, 20, died from injuries after bring thrown from a Ford Explorer that Hall was driving, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Hall swerved just before 2 a.m. Saturday to avoid hitting a car that was stalled on Highway 60 and lost control of the vehicle, which rolled several times, according to a release from the Riverside County sheriff-coroner. Neither Hall nor the passenger, Latosha Wallace was wearing a seat belt, according to the coronerís report. Hall and Wallace had been close friends since middle school and both were enrolled at the University of California-Riverside this fall.

Hall was pronounced dead at Riverside Community Hospital about an hour after the crash. Four other students were injured in the accident.

Hall played one season at Seward County C.C. in 2005-2006 as the Saints finished 21-10 overall and were ranked No. 3 in the NJCAA Top 20 poll in early January. Hall played in 28 games averaging 8.7 minutes played per game. Hall scored 49 points (1.8 ppg.) and grabbed 50 rebounds (1.8 rpg.) in his one season with the Saints.

In 2004-2005, Hall attended Long Beach State University in the fall semester, before transferring to Seward County C.C. in the spring of 2005.

The Press-Enterprise Staff Writer Marisa Agha, and Allan Steele contributed to this report.