GPSA Locations

GPSA Office
P.O. Box 413
Pueblo, CO 81002

Massari Arena
Pueblo, CO 81007

Hall of Fame Wall
Thatcher Building (Main Floor)
5th and Main
Pueblo, CO 81003

Top Panel
Friday, 03 December 2021

GPSA Meetings

Below are the TENTATIVE meetings dates for the GPSA during the 2022 calendar year. All meeting are held on the third Monday of the month in the GPSA at Massari Arena. Dates are subject to change if necessary.

Jan. 17 Feb. 21 Mar. 21 Apr. 18
May 16 Aug. 22 Sept. 19 Oct. 17


Banquet Date/Application Deadline

The deadline for nominations each year is Aug. 1.  The 2022 Banquet is tentatively set for Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2022. Go to the Application tab above to download and fill out an application today.

If you have any questions about the application, please contact Jerry Sisneros, President of the GPSA. His email address is

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Calvin "Cal" Tatum

High School: Attended Muskegon H.S., Muskegon, MI, graduating in 1969...Tatum was a two-year letterman in football and three in basketball...All-league, and state and American in basketball...Team's most valuable player in 1969...All-league and state in football.

College: Went to Southern Colorado State College (SCSC) in Pueblo, CO and graduated in 1973... While at SCSC, Cal played guard on the Indians basketball team and earned many honors as well as being drafted and signed by the Denver Rockets in 1973.
What They Said:
"Cal was a four-year letterman and starting guard. Holds eight season and seven career records, including 2,143 points in 106 career games for a 20.2 average. Ranks fourth in career free throw percentage and rebounding, and eighth in field goal percentage.  All-Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) selection four times. GPAC’s most valuable player in 1973. Named to five College Division All-American teams in 1973, including one first-team selection (Basketball Weekly), three second-team selections (UPI, National Association of Basketball Coaches and Universal Sports of Toronto, Canada), and an honorable mention selection by Associated Press.  Named to Basketball News’ third team College Division All-American team in 1972.  Selected to the 1972 NCAA College Division West Regional All-tournament team. Most Valuable Player in 1972 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship game.  Career highs of 34 points against Fort Hays State in 1971, and Kearney State in 1973, and 19 rebounds against Northern Colorado in 1973. Drafted and signed as a member of the Denver Rockets of the American Basketball Association in 1973.  GPAC’s leading scorer in 1973. SCSC’s top athlete in 1973. -- Tim Simmons, Director of Southern Colorado State, Pueblo (Sept. 25, 1973)



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