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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Shiloh Lynnette Justice

Before High School: Went to Roncalli Middle School (1989-90)...City Champions in girls basketball, girls track, girls softball...Shiloh finished first in the 100 meter dash, first in the High jump (new record), first in the 400 meter relay and third in the 200 meter dash at the District 60 Championships...

High School: Attended Pueblo South H.S., graduating in 1994..Played four years each of Volleyball (hitter/blocker) and basketball (center/forward) and two years of tennis (#2 Singles) for the Colts...Freshman: Volleyball: League Champs, Shiloh was the 1st off bench rotation, MVP of Junior Varsity...Basketball: League Champs, District Champs, lost in state semi-finals, Shiloh was the first off the bench (6th man)...Justice earned All-South Central League (SCL) Honorable mention (coaches selection) and All-SCL Honorable mention (Pueblo Chieftain)...Shiloh averaged 7.6 points/game (fourth best on team)...Tennis: Record 20-1 in #2 singles, City Champ, Regional Champ...She placed Third in State Finals...Sophomore: Volleyball:  League Champs, District Champs, second place in Regionals,  Shiloh earned First Team All-SCL, League MVP,  Second Team All-State...(Rocky Mountain News), honorable mention, All-State (Denver Post)...Basketball: 5A State Champions, Shiloh made First Team All-SCL, All-State, All-Tournament Team (Rocky Mountain News), Second Team All-State (Denver Post)...Tennis: Record 22-1 in #2 singles, City Champ, Regional Champ, second Place State Finals...Junior: Volleyball: League Champs, District Champs, Shiloh was selected to the First Team All-SCL, League MVP, Honorable Mention All-State (Rocky Mountain News)...Basketball:  5A State Champions, Justice suffered a torn ACL in 12th game of the season;  Returned in game 16 and tore again. She wore a knee brace in State Tournament; saw limited play (10 points, 6 rebounds vs. Fruita); (7 points, 4 rebounds vs. Ponderosa)...She collapsed in 1st half of Championship game with 2 points, and 1 rebound..Tennis:  Did not play, had surgery on ACL as soon as school was out...Senior:: Volleyball: After ACL surgery, returned seven matches into season and recorded 15 kills...Shiloh garnered First Team All-SCL and League MVP... She was honored as All-State Athlete by the Colorado Coaches of Girl's Sports (CCGS), selected to play in the Mizuno Colorado Coaches 5A/6A All State volleyball game....Basketball: 5A State Champions (3rd time), Shiloh was named to the 5A girl's All-Tourney Team (Boulder Camera), 5A girl’s All-State First Team (Rocky Mountain News).

College: Went to Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado, graduating in 1999...Played four years of basketball (center/forward) for the Roadrunners for 1994-98)...Freshman: Colorado Athletic Conference (CAC) Champions; Shiloh did not start, she backed up Second Team All-American Vanessa Edwards...Sophomore: CAC Champions; went to NCAA Tournament, Shiloh was Conference rebounds leader (10.8 rebounds per game) and finished second on team in scoring (9.9 points per game)... She was named to Second Team All-Conference...Junior: 2nd place RMAC, went to NCAA Tournament, Shiloh led team in rebounds (9.9 rebounds per game), Led team in Double Doubles (13) and was second on team in points: 351 (13.5 points per game)... She had game high 17 rebounds 3 times, named Second Team All-Conference... Senior: Did not play, medical red shirt during the 1997-98 season...Following year, Shiloh played in 24 of 28 games, starting 20, led team in rebounds with 220 (9.2 avg.) as the team finished second in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) East Division...Justice was named to Second Team All-RMAC East, had game high 17 rebounds three times, finished fourth on the team in scoring with 245 points (10.2 points per game)... She was named RMAC East "Player-of-the-Week", averaging 18 points and 13 rebounds at the Nebraska-Omaha Tournament and named Tourney MVP.

Shiloh is still ranked in 8 top 10 Metro State career records through 2013:

#3 in Rebounds (916)
#6 in free throws made (247)
#6 rebound average (8.6)
#7 rebounds for a season (302), Conference leader (Sophomore Season: 1995-96)
#7 rebounds average/season 10.8 rebounds per game, Conference leader (Sophomore Season: 1995-96)
#9 in total points (1001)
#9 in field goals made (370)
#10 in total games started (81)

Advanced Education: Obtained a Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Science from the University of Northern Colorado in 2009.
Tennis: As a tennis player, the Colorado Tennis Association (CTA) ranked Shiloh at 14 years old: third in state girl's 14 singles, ranked 7th in state girl's 16 singles...Intermountain Tennis Association (ITA) which included players from Idaho, Colorado, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Utah... Shiloh at 14 years old ranked 10th in the ITA in girl's 16 Singles Gold Division...Pepsi Junior Tennis at 14 years old:  2nd in girl's 18 singles, 1st in girl's 16 singles.
Professional Affiliations and Achievements: In 2003, Shiloh was appointed to Sub-committee for Littleton Public School District K-12 Health curriculum revisions (Revisions adopted May 27, 2004).
Related Activities: Justice began teaching in the Littleton Public School district in August, 2000.
What The Said: "As a person, Shiloh was a great kid, fun, funny, hardworking and a beast between the lines.  That is why she is one of Pueblo’s five best-ever women athletes as compiled by The Pueblo Chieftain." - David A. Socier (Pueblo Chieftain)

Occupation: Teacher Littleton School District

Personal: Lives in Highland Ranch, Colorado.


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