Jack Kelley, a former Colby College men’s hockey coach who is in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, and Kirsten Clark-Rickenbach, a three-time Olympian and a member of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, are among the 2016 class of inductees for the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.

The induction list also includes hockey players Doug Friedman and Travis Roy, basketball player and coach Amy Vachon, major league pitcher Ed Phillips, state championship golfer Pennie Page Cummings, runners Kristin Barry and Sheri Piers, football player Ralph Payne, powerlifter Dan Hamblet and the Cross family of Bangor.

Kelley had two stints as Colby’s head coach but is more well-known for guiding Boston University to back-to-back NCAA championships in 1971 and 1972. He left BU to become coach and general manager of the New England Whalers of the World Hockey Association, and led the Whalers to the WHA’s inaugural championship in 1973. Kelley later served as president of the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins.

Clark-Rickenbach, of Raymond, was on the U.S. ski team for 13 years, and participated in the Olympics in 1998, 2002 and 2006. She won seven U.S. championships, including four straight in downhill from 1998 to 2001, and was a super-G silver medalist in the 2003 World Championships. Her lone World Cup victory was in a downhill at Lenzerheide, Switzerland, in 2001.

Friedman, of Cape Elizabeth, played four years at Boston University and was on three Frozen Four teams. His six-year professional career included 18 NHL games for the Edmonton Oilers and Nashville Predators. He currently is athletic director and boys’ hockey coach at Kents Hill School.

Roy, of Yarmouth, also attended Boston University but sustained a spinal cord injury seconds into his first college game and became a quadriplegic. Now he’s an author, motivational speaker and fund raiser for spinal cord injury research.

Vachon, of Augusta, was Miss Maine Basketball as a senior at Cony High, then set school and league records for assists while helping the University of Maine to four straight appearances in the NCAA basketball tournament, and two America East championships. She is now an assistant coach for the Black Bears.

Phillips, of Portland, was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in 1966 after playing for Deering High and Colby College. He reached the majors in 1970 as a reliever and pitched in 18 games for the Red Sox, with a 5.32 ERA in 232/3 innings.

Cummings, of Lewiston, is a six-time women’s golf state champion who won her first title in 1964 at age 20 and won most recently in 2006 at age 62. She also was a nine-time runner-up, and has won 11 state senior championships.

Barry, a South Portland native who now lives in Scarborough, and Piers, a Westbrook native who lives in Falmouth, are friends and training partners who have qualified for multiple Olympic marathon trials. Both participated in the Olympic trials in 2008 and 2012, and Piers has qualified for the 2016 trials.

Payne, of Brewer, was an all-state running back for a Brewer team that won the Class A state championship in 1970, and received recognition in regional and national publications.

Hamblet, of Portland, set three American powerlifting records and one world record during more than 20 years of competition. He won 28 state championships, 19 national championships and five world championships.

The Cross family of Bangor holds the naming rights to the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland and the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, as well as the Cross Insurance Pavilion & Business Center in Gillette Stadium.

The 2016 class will be inducted May 1 at the Cross Insurance Center. Tickets are $55 and can be purchased at www.mshof.com, or by sending a check to MSHOF, PO Box 222, Oakland, ME 04963.