STANDISH — A St. Joseph’s College basketball player died and three other students were injured this morning when a vehicle on Chadbourne Road veered off the street, rolled over several times and became entangled in a chain-link fence.

Clark Noonan, 20, a former Bangor High School basketball star and sophomore center for St. Joseph’s died after being ejected from the Mazda 626, driven by 19-year-old Tyler Hall of Pittston.

The crash occurred at 1:31 a.m., according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.

Hall sustained non-life-threatening injuries, as did James Philbrook, 20, of Auburn, and Terence Cullen, 21, of Iowa, who were both passengers and sophomores at the college.

Philbrook is also listed on the college’s website as a forward for the basketball team. Cullen was listed as a player during th 2010-2011 season, but is not listed on the team’s 2011-2012 roster.

The sheriff’s office didn’t immediately say if the occupants were wearing seat belts, but said the vehicle was travelling at “a high speed”. The office didn’t say if alcohol or any other factors also may have led to the crash.

The crash is being reconstructed by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office Reconstruction Team, and will remain under investigation. 

At this time no charges have been filed against the driver, the sheriff’s office said, but the department is working with the District Attorney’s office to determine if charges are warranted.