Nine people were inducted into the third class of the National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame in Chicago this weekend. The honorees include two current pro athletes — soccer players Megan Rapinoe and Robbie Rogers — and openly gay Major League Baseball umpire Dale Scott.

The Class of 2015 is:

  • Kye Allums, first out transgender Division I basketball player.
  • Megan Rapinoe, one of the stars of the World Cup champion U.S. Women's National Team in soccer.
  • Robbie Rogers, openly gay pro soccer player for the Los Angeles Galaxy.
  • Dale Scott, the first openly gay Major League Baseball umpire.
  • Roy Simmons, former NFL offensive lineman with the New York Giants and Washington Redksins, who died in 2014.
  • Helen Hull Jacobs, a tennis star in the 1930s who won 10 Grand Slam titles and was a lesbian. She died in 1997.
  • Chris Morgan, a champion powerlifter who is openly gay.
  • Gene Dermody, a pioneer in LGBT wrestling and former president of the Federation of Gay Games.
  • Roger Brigham, longtime member of the Federation of Gay Games, and the first openly gay sports editor at a major metropolitan daily, the Anchorage Daily News, in 1982. He’s also the founder of the Equality Coaching Alliance.

Outsports was among the honorees in the inaugural 2013 class.