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Result: WINNER: Augostina Mallous Miss New Jersey 2022, Miss Southern Maritime

Results: Preliminary 2

On-Stage Interview Winners: Ariel Staffin, Miss Ocean View, and Dominique Jones, Miss Bay Shore

Talent Winner: Augostina Mallous, Miss Southern Maritime

Results: Preliminary 1

On-Stage Interview Winners: Amy Phillips, Miss Cape May County Region, and Grace Mozitis, Miss Central Jersey

Talent Winner: Belle Nicholas, Miss Shore Resort

28 Candidates are vying for Miss New Jersey 2022 Crown on Sat, June 25, 2022 at
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2019-20 Miss New Jersey Jade Glab crowned Cape May Court House’s Alyssa Sullivan Miss New Jersey 2021 at the Superstar Theater in the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey on June 19, 2021.
Miss Seashore Line & Miss New Jersey 2021 Alyssa Marie Sullivan competed at Miss America 2022 at 100 Anniversary 94TH Miss America 2022 at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut in Thurs, Dec 16, 2021.

Event Details:

Venue: SuperStar Theatre in RESORTS CASINO HOTEL, Atlantic City, located at Address: 1133 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Schedules: 2022 Miss New Jersey Competition

Preliminary 1: June 22, 2022 – 8PM
Preliminary 2: June 23, 2022 – 8PM

Grand Finale Miss New Jersey 2022: Sat, June 25, 2022 at 8PM

Grand Finale 2022 Miss New Jersey’s Outstanding Teen Competition: Fri, June 24, 2022 at 7PM

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28 Candidates Vying for Miss New Jersey 2022 Crown

  1. Amanda Peacock Miss South Jersey
  2. Gabrielle Allen Miss Coastal Shore
  3. Brooke Erin Feldman Miss Atlantic County Region
  4. Grace Herdelin Miss Harbor View
  5. Isabelle Nicholas Miss Shore Resort
  6. Molly Marie Pugliese Miss Cape Shores
  7. Brynn McKinney Miss South Shore
  8. Justine Brooke Murray Miss Northern Lights
  9. Megan McGowan Miss Seashore Line
  10. Samantha McConaghy Miss Veterans Day
  11. Abby Berman Miss Eastern Shore
  12. Ashley Ruth Campbell Miss Cumberland County Area
  13. Victoria Mozitis Miss Gloucester County Area
  14. Ashley Kulikowski Miss Atlantic Shores
  15. Abby Dell’Aglio Miss Ramapo Valley
  16. Ariela Pizza -Miss Bergen County
  17. Michelle Wanner Miss Seaside Counties
  18. Maddie Saul Miss Cape Resort
  19. McKenzie Hegarty Miss North Jersey
  20. Ariel Staffin Miss Ocean View
  21. Trisha Smith Miss Central Jersey Coastline
  22. Emily Cooney Miss Harbor Shores
  23. Grace Mozitis Miss Central Jersey
  24. Dominique Jones Miss Bay Shore
  25. Augostina Mallous Miss Southern Maritime
  26. Sarah Maxwell Miss Salem County Area
  27. Jessica Wriggins Miss Ocean Sands
  28. Amy Phillips Miss Cape May County Region

WED., JUNE 22 - SAT., JUNE 25, 8PM
RESORTS CASINO HOTEL, SuperStar Theatre • Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - The Miss New Jersey Education Foundation is please to announce our final competition, with preliminary competitions, Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday June 23, with our FINAL COMPETITION SATURDAY, JUNE 25 in the SuperStar Theatre at Resorts Casino Hotel. All evening the events begin at 8pm promptly.  Additionally, our FIRST TIME IN ATLANTIC CITY, MISS NEW JERSEY OUTSTANDING TEEN Final Competition is also at Resorts Casino Hotel on Friday, June 24, 8pm.


Miss New Jersey Vision: There she is. Miss Neurosurgeon, Miss Social Activist, Miss Jet Pilot, Miss Investigative Journalist, Miss Expert Coder, Miss CEO… Miss Whatever-She-Was-Created-To-Be. And yes, she is beautiful. Beautiful in the way she is smart, principled and passionate. Stunning in how she leads, commands a room and makes an impact. Striking in her genuineness, fearlessness and ability to take her influence and use it to impact the world. Never guided in what society deems she ‘should do’ but forever driven by what she ‘can do’. She has the confidence and skills, and is empowered to make it happen. There she is. Miss New Jersey. No wonder she has a crown.  She Rules.

Miss New Jersey is the most visible external facing representative of the mission of the Miss New Jersey Education Foundation program to the public. As a member of the MNJ team, she is responsible for positively advancing the goals and objectives of MNJ as well as her own Social Impact Initiative. The State, Miss New Jersey Education Foundation and the National Miss America Organization ha scholarship programs as well as competitions, as the final winner, Miss New Jersey will go on to represent our State of New Jersey in the Miss America Competition a National Competition with candidates from all states. When Miss America was founded, its goal was to invest in the careers and lives of women, as which Miss New Jersey follows.



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Candidate Check-In: Monday, June 20

Preliminary Competitions: Wednesday & Thursday, June 22, 23 • 8pm

Final Competition: Saturday, June 25 • 8pm

Miss New Jersey After Party: Saturday, June 25 • 11:30pm(immediately following final competition)

Reigning Queen's Statement Before Sign-off

15 days: I’m a planner by nature. I plan every day with the intent to achieve as much as I possibly can.

I planned a lot over the past several years. I planned for what it would be like if I never had the opportunity to become Miss New Jersey. I planned for what I’d do if I ever was lucky enough to win the job. Yet, in all the planning, I never planned for what the end would feel like.

I’ve spent the last few weeks trying to find the perfect words to describe how I feel as we approach Miss New Jersey week. I’ve told myself that it’s not ok to express my sadness because that would make me seem ungrateful for the opportunity that I’ve had. But someone very close to me reminded me that perfect is simply not relatable. It’s my duty to stay true and transparent in the end just as I did in the beginning.

So here goes:

I think it’s important to share the difficulties that come with passing on this job. It almost feels like you’re losing a limb, a part of you. In recent weeks, I’ve experienced self-doubt as I question if I did enough. I’ve tried to stop time and avoid the inevitable as the days continue to pass. I’ve been angry with myself for my own vulnerability. It’s taken me some time to process all of this before finally giving myself permission to grieve the end of this season of my life.

As much as it would be easier when people ask how I’m feeling about the end to say, “it’s bittersweet,” it just isn’t. It’s incredibly sad. This is the best job in the world. I’m not ready to say goodbye. I never want it to end. I’m human. Miss New Jersey is human.

May this post be a reflection to anyone reading, affiliated with the program or not, that there is no shame in struggle. Hitting this emotional rock has really shown me that the very best parts of you, the ones that seem unnatural to lose, are the ones that have shaped you more than anything.

I don’t have a plan for this part, but I’m seeing the beauty in that.

For now, I’m treasuring every last second of these 15 days and finding comfort in knowing that every day is a day closer to another woman beginning a journey that will change her life forever!