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ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The No. 20 Navy water polo team (2-2) heads to the Garden State for the annual Princeton Invitational at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. The Midshipmen will square off against Santa Clara (0-1) and Iona (2-2) on Saturday at 11:45 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., respectively, before concluding competition in the tournament against No. 18 St. Francis Brooklyn (2-2) on Sunday at 9:15 a.m.For all in-game action, follow the Midshipmen on Twitter at ...
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The No. 20 Navy water polo team (2-2) heads to the Garden State for the annual Princeton Invitational at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. The Midshipmen will square off against Santa Clara (0-1) and Iona (2-2) on Saturday at 11:45 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., respectively, before concluding competition in the tournament against No. 18 St. Francis Brooklyn (2-2) on Sunday at 9:15 a.m.
For all in-game action, follow the Midshipmen on Twitter at @NavyWaterPolo. For more information on the Mids water polo team, follow the team on Instagram (@NavyWaterPolo) and Facebook (@NavyWaterPolo).
Capobianco Earns First MAWPC Defensive Player of the Week Honor of the Year The Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference (MAWPC) announced its first Athletes of the Week for the 2022 season and Navy goalkeeper Caden Capobianco (Laguna Beach, Calif.) was selected as Defensive Player of the Week. Capobianco helped lead Navy to a pair of victories at the Navy Open over the weekend. The junior keeper tallied 35 of the Mids' 40 saves on the weekend, while adding 12 steals, and three assists.
Water Polo Enters CWPA Rankings at No. 20 The Navy water polo team moved into the National Top-20 poll, entering the rankings at No. 20, as announced on Wednesday evening by the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA). This is the first week that the Midshipmen have been ranked during the 2022 season, after receiving votes in the preseason poll.
Scouting the Midshipmen The Mids enter the weekend with a 2-2 overall record at the Navy Open. The Midshipmen bested Biola (W, 12-7) and Cal Lutheran (W, 16-11) while being edged by No. 11 Princeton (L, 7-5) and dropping a game to defending national champion and top-ranked Cal (L, 24-8).
Offensively, the Midshipmen tallied 41 goals with 15 different student-athletes finding the back of the net. Navy was led by Michael Heller (Menlo Park, Calif.), Will Clark (Laguna Beach, Calif.), and Tommy McKnew (Tiburon, Calif.) who finished the opening weekend with eight, seven, and six goals, respectively. Ivan Pang (El Monte, Calif.) and Connor Simpson (San Rafael, Calif.) paced the squad with five assists apiece, while Capobianco chipped in three helpers.
Defensively, goalkeepers Capobianco and Jack Hightower (San Diego, Calif.) split time between the posts. Capobianco tallied 35 of the Mids' 40 saves on the weekend, while adding 12 steals en route to a pair of victories. Hightower made his collegiate debut against Biola, while picking up his first collegiate save against No.1 Cal.
Scouting the Opposition Santa Clara enters the weekend 0-1 overall after a comeback effort against No. 9 San Jose State fell short. The Broncos fell behind 10-3, but closed out the game with a 5-0 over the final frame as they attempted to make the comeback. Santa Clara opens the Princeton Invite against Navy before continuing competition against the tournament host, No. 10 Princeton, on Saturday afternoon. The Broncos close out the tournament with games against Iona and Wagner on Sunday.
Iona took part in the Navy Open to start the 2022 campaign. The Gaels finished the weekend 2-2, falling to Mount St. Mary's 13-12 in overtime and dropping a 23-7 contest to No. 1 Cal. Iona picked up a forfeit victory against Bucknell (W, 5-0) before closing out the Navy Open with a behind-the-back game-winning goal from mid pool as time expired against Cal Lutheran (W, 14-13). In addition to Navy, the Gaels will take the pool against Wagner, Santa Clara, and George Washington.
St. Francis Brooklyn, who heads to the tournament ranked 18th in the country, opened the year 2-2 at the Bruno Classic in Providence, R.I. The Terriers posted a 15-13 victory over Air Force before dropping a 22-9 decision to No. 5 Pacific. St. Francis was topped by No. 4 Stanford (L, 26-10) before closing out the tournament with a 23-12 victory over Gannon. The Terriers will play Wagner on Friday night before taking the pool against George Washington and Bucknell on Saturday. St. Francis concludes the Princeton Invite on Sunday with games against No. 20 Navy and No. 17 Fordham.
Men's Soccer vs. Rutgers-Newark Saturday, September 3 | 7:30 p.m. Lions Stadium | Ewing, N.J.Men's Soccer vs. The College of New Jersey Sunday, September 3 | 3 p.m. Lions Stadium | Ewing, N.J.SERIES HISTORY vs. Rutgers-Newark • The Beavers are 0-2-0 all-time against the Scarlet Raiders in a series that dates back to 2014. • Babson dropped a 2-0 decision to Rutgers-Newark in the first round...
Men's Soccer vs. Rutgers-Newark Saturday, September 3 | 7:30 p.m. Lions Stadium | Ewing, N.J.
Men's Soccer vs. The College of New Jersey Sunday, September 3 | 3 p.m. Lions Stadium | Ewing, N.J.
SERIES HISTORY vs. Rutgers-Newark • The Beavers are 0-2-0 all-time against the Scarlet Raiders in a series that dates back to 2014. • Babson dropped a 2-0 decision to Rutgers-Newark in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament and lost a 3-2 verdict in the second game of the 2016 regular season in Babson Park. vs. TCNJ • The Beavers are 1-1-0 all-time against the Lions in a series that dates back to 1991. • Babson lost to TCNJ (then Trenton State), 3-1, in the 1991 NCAA Tournament semifinals, but captured a 2-0 victory over the Lions at the 2012 Richard Stockton Seashore Classic in Galloway, N.J.
LAST MEETING vs. Rutgers-Newark • Fabio De Sousa scored the go-ahead goal in the 64th minute as visiting Rutgers-Newark defeated Babson, 3-2, on September 3, 2016 at Hartwell-Rogers Field. • De Sousa and Sebastian Gostynski both finished with a goal and an assist for the Scarlet Raiders. • Jackson Greenspan '19 and Alex Crompton '20 each scored their first career goals for the Beavers. TCNJ • No. 10 Babson scored a goal in each half en route to a 2-0 victory over TCNJ in the opening game of the Richard Stockton Seashore Classic on September 7, 2012. • Kevin Israel '14 gave the Beavers the lead in the 41st minute, and classmate Salo Guindi '13 added an insurance tally in the 79th minute. • Goalkeeper Stephen Donato '16, making just the second start of his career, stopped five shots to record the win and his first career shutout.
HEAD COACHES • Babson is led by 37th-year head coach Jon Anderson, who has led the Beavers to a 428-194-77 record (.667) in 36 seasons. Anderson ranks fifth among active Division III coaches and 19th all-time with 428 wins, and has led Babson to 14 conference championships and 18 NCAA Tournament appearances. • Rutgers-Newark is guided by 16th-year head coach Kevin East, who has recorded a 317-165-33 career mark (.702) in 24 seasons with the Scarlet Raiders and New Jersey City (1998-2006). He has led Rutgers-Newark to four NCAA Tournament appearances, one NJAC Championship (2017) and two ECAC titles (2011, 2015). • TCNJ is led by 28th-year head coach George Nazario, who has compiled a 252-185-55 record and 14 winning seasons. Nazario led TCNJ to an NCAA Division III Championship in his second season (1996) and a runner-up finish in 1997, and has taken the program to four NCAA Tournament appearances.
SCOUTING THE BEAVERS • Babson (0-0) returns eight starters and 28 veterans from last year's squad that finished 12-5-3 overall and 4-1-2 in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) play. The Beavers staged a second-half rally to upend MIT, 4-1, in the NEWMAC championship game and knocked off Cabrini, 2-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before falling to eventual national runner-up Amherst, 3-0, in the second round. • The Beavers welcome back three All-Region standouts in seniors Liam Hanlon, Mitchell Collins and Eamon Keenan, and those three along with senior Jack Dugan were All-Conference first team performers a year ago. • The Beaver defense is anchored by Hanlon, a former NEWMCA Rookie of the Year who has been first team All-Conference center back the past two years as well as All-Region third team in '19 and first team in '21, and Keenan, first team All-Conference and second team All-Region a year ago. They backboned the team to a 0.62 goals against average in '21, 14th-best in Division III. They have also combined for 12 goals and seven assists in their careers. • The offense returns Dugan (3-4-10), who was named first team All-Conference midfielder after leading the team in scoring, and Collins (2-3-7), a two-time first team All-Conference forward and a first team All-Region honoree in '21.
SCOUTING THE SCARLET RAIDERS • Rutgers-Newark (0-0) returns a trio of all-conference honorees from a squad that finished 14-5-4 overall and second in the NJAC last season (5-1-3) and advanced to the NJAC Tournament semifinals and the ECAC Tournament final. • The Scarlet Raiders earned a first-round bye in the NJAC Tournament but got knocked out by Kean on penalty kicks in the semifinals. They earned an ECAC Tournament berth, defeating Westminster (3-0) and Penn State Behrend (4-2) before falling to Muhlenberg (3-1) in the title match. • Rutgers-Newark welcomes back the conference's leading scorer, reigning Offensive Player of the Year Franco Catania, who amassed 45 points on 20 goals and five assists. Sophomore Jonah Dias will anchor the Raiders' defense once again after earning NJAC First Team honors and helping the back line limit opponents to just over a goal a game. • All-Conference pick Joe Alba is back and will lead the midfield unit; he set up four goals last season to rank among the conference's top 10 in assists.
SCOUTING THE LIONS • TCNJ (0-0) is coming off an 8-10-1 campaign in 2021 (4-4-1 in the NJAC) that included the program's first conference tournament appearance since 2015. • The Lions have three all-conference players back, including the top two scorers. Leading scorer Justin Dominique returns after amassing 26 points on 12 goals and two assists. He ranked tied for third in the NJAC in goals and fourth in points, while ranking tied for second in the conference with five game-winning goals. • All-Conference midfielder Luke Pascarella returns after finishing second on last year's squad with 15 points on five goals and five assists. Joe Schlageter will anchor the back line after earning all-conference accolades last year; he saw over 1600 minutes on the pitch and contributed a goal and assist.
BEAVER TRANSFERS • Babson welcomes three transfers from Division I schools – Ben Williams (Bryant), Ryan Kim (UMass) and Louis Gazo (Vermont). • Williams played four season at Bryant, starting 43 of 47 matches, and led the team in scoring in both 2021 (7g-1a-15p) and 2020-21 (4-0-8) and produced 20 goals and five assists for 45 points in his career. • Kim played two seasons at UMass as a midfielder, starting six of his 18 matches. Gazo spent two seasons at UVM but did not see any game action.
SEASON OPENERS • Babson has won its last two season openers, gone 4-0-1 in its last five, and posted a 13-3-1 in the first game of the season dating back to 2004. • The Beavers blanked Dean, 2-0, last year in the debut at Hartwell-Rogers Field and shut out Western New England, 1-0, in the 2019 opener. The last loss on opening day for the Green and White was a 3-0 setback at Eastern Connecticut back in 2015.
PRESEASON POLLS • The two-time defending champion Beavers were picked to defend their NEWMAC championship when the preseason coaches' poll was released on Monday. Babson, which has won or shared eight of the past 13 regular season titles and seven of the 13 tournament crowns, received six out of eight first-place votes to finish ahead of runner-up MIT. • Rutgers-Newark was picked to finish runner-up in the NJAC preseason coaches' poll, which was released last week. The Scarlet Raiders finished behind defending champion and 23rd-ranked Montclair State, which enters the season ranked No. 23 in the United Soccer Coaches' national preseason poll. TCNJ wound up eighth in the NJAC poll, just ahead of William Paterson and behind Rutgers-Camden.
NON-CONFERENCE SLATE • Babson will face four teams that appeared in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, including three of the eight quarterfinalists and both teams that squared off in the national championship game. • The Green and White will host defending national runner-up Amherst on September 20 in a rematch of last year's NCAA second-round encounter; visit 2021 NCAA quarterfinalist and 2018 and 2019 national champion Tufts on September 27; travel to defending national champion Connecticut College on October 12; and head to Eastern Connecticut on October 18.
NUMBERS TO KNOW • The Beavers went 11-0-1 last season when scoring the first goal of the game. They are 34-4-3 after scoring first since 2018, and 87-11-6 going back to 2013. • Babson went 7-0 when scoring at least two goals last season, and is 41-3 since the start of 2016 when scoring at least twice. • The Green and White were 8-0-2 when shutting out the opponent last season and have gone 25-0-5 when putting up a clean sheet going back to 2018.
UP NEXT • The Beavers return to New England and will play at Brandeis next Saturday, September 10, before the home opener vs. Williams on Sunday, September 11, at Hartwell-Rogers Field.
HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. (August 10, 2022) – It took 19 holes in the final match, and close to 90 on the week, but the wait was well worth it for Arjun Caprihan of Warren, N.J. as he captured the 54th MGA/MetLife Boys Championship at historic Saint Andrew’s Golf Club. Caprihan took down the top-seed in the bracket, Liam Pasternak of Morristown, N.J., in extra holes. His birdie on the par-four first hole at Saint Andrew's sealed the win."I wanted to close it out on tha...
HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. (August 10, 2022) – It took 19 holes in the final match, and close to 90 on the week, but the wait was well worth it for Arjun Caprihan of Warren, N.J. as he captured the 54th MGA/MetLife Boys Championship at historic Saint Andrew’s Golf Club. Caprihan took down the top-seed in the bracket, Liam Pasternak of Morristown, N.J., in extra holes. His birdie on the par-four first hole at Saint Andrew's sealed the win.
"I wanted to close it out on that hole," said Caprihan. "It was a great feeling and nice to win on a birdie."
After needing 18 holes in his morning semifinal against Holden Schipper of Lebanon, N.Y., Caprihan had a quick turnaround to face Pasternak who beat Philip Connolly of Garden City, N.Y., 3&2 in the morning. The two golfers traded blows during the first nine, with each winning three holes while the other three holes were halved.
Much of the same continued on the back nine. Pasternak won the 12th, Caprihan the 13th, Pasternak the 15th and Caprihan the 16th. On the par-five 17th, Pasternak was just over the green in two, but opened the door when he sent a chip back to the front of the green. Caprihan would win the hole with par and head to the 18th hole 1-up.
Both golfers hit perfect drives and Pasternak went first. He stuffed his approach to a foot, which would ultimately result in a conceded birdied. Caprihan hit it close as well and just missed an eight-footer to win. Pasternak, who finished runner-up in the 53rd MGA/MetLife Boys Championship at Gardiner's Bay, also forced extra holes in his quarterfinal match by hitting his approach to a foot on the 18th green.
After two great drives on the 19th hole, Caprihan put the pressure on with his approach landing inside 10-feet. Pasternak gave himself a look from about 30-feet, but couldn't get his putt to drop. With a similar length putt to the one he had on the 18th for the win, Caprihan delivered.
"It's a nice win," said Caprihan. "I know the tournament has been around a long time and to be one of the champions is a great feeling."
Neither Pasternak or Capirhan, who grew up playing soccer together, took more than a 1-up lead throughout the duration of the match. Caprihan, who was the seven-seed to start match play, won his final two matches 1-up, going the distance in both.
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PARAMUS, N.J. — Sometimes things work out perfectly.
Ben Carr defeated Alex Price, the 1,212th-ranked amateur in the world, to advance to the U.S. Amateur Championship semifinals with former PGA Tour player Will Wilcox on his bag.
Wilcox hasn't made a Tour start since 2017. Earlier this year, the 36-year-old opened up about his struggles with drug abuse. He played the Korn Ferry Tour's BMW Charity Pro-Am in June but missed the cut. However, Wilcox told GolfChannel.com Friday that he isn't planning a comeback campaign. After 30 years of competition, he's planning on doing "other golf stuff" and running a water mitigation business with his friend in Atlanta.
So how did Carr, a fifth-year at Georgia Southern University, and Wilcox link up this week?
Wilcox "randomly" moved from Jupiter, Florida, to Columbus, Georgia, in 2018. They're both members of the Country Club of Columbus and started playing golf together frequently during the pandemic.
Carr's younger brother started his sophomore year at the University of Georgia this week. Knowing his brother would be unavailable to loop for him this week, Carr, who's No. 70 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, posted on Instagram about a month ago that he needed a caddie at Ridgewood Country Club.
Carr received a bunch of responses but nothing "felt really right." Then, Wilcox messaged Carr that he was already going to be in the New York area this week to see Rage Against the Machine at Madison Square Garden.
"I just figured it was too good to pass up, and it was," Carr told GolfChannel.com after his quarterfinal match.
It has, indeed, turned out to be a perfect match.
"(Wilcox has) helped me a ton," Carr said. "Anything that goes with being a good caddie, he's got it. He keeps me grounded. He's a great green reader, good with numbers, good decision-maker."
Those skills were crucial toward the end of the match. Carr was 4 up through 11 holes, but Price made a push late, cutting the lead to 1 up through 16.
"We just had such a big lead and then [Carr] got a little bit down," Wilcox said, "and then I was like, 'Bro, after 15 holes you have a 2 up lead, we would have taken that at the start of the day.' So, you just got to stay in the moment. If you're leading, you can't get down, and he was trying to get down, and I was like, 'Dude, you're leading in the quarters, let's go.'"
Carr and Wilcox closed out the victory on the 17th hole and will face Derek Hitchner Saturday in the semifinals. They hope to ride their chemistry for another two days and leave the Garden State with the Havemeyer Trophy.
"We just had so much fun out there," Carr said. "Two guys from Alabama and Georgia, just up here in New Jersey, almost like a foreign country, just having a good time on the golf course."
The Philadelphia Eagles open the 2022 NFL season on the road this Sunday in Detroit against the Lions and The Locker Room with Billy Schweim will be starting the season on the road too! We will be broadcasting Live at Yesterday’s Creekside Tavern on Roosevelt Boulevard in Marmora for all of the Eagles' 1pm Kickoff games this season. It’s our Eagles Pregame show and everyone is invited to come out to cheer on the Birds at Yesterday’s newly remodeled sports bar with plenty of Big TV’s to keep you in the...
The Philadelphia Eagles open the 2022 NFL season on the road this Sunday in Detroit against the Lions and The Locker Room with Billy Schweim will be starting the season on the road too! We will be broadcasting Live at Yesterday’s Creekside Tavern on Roosevelt Boulevard in Marmora for all of the Eagles' 1pm Kickoff games this season. It’s our Eagles Pregame show and everyone is invited to come out to cheer on the Birds at Yesterday’s newly remodeled sports bar with plenty of Big TV’s to keep you in the middle of all the action plus great drink specials and menu this Sunday.
The new look Eagles hope to improve from last year's 9-8 record in 2021 and make a deep run into the postseason! Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman added several players at positions of need on the defense through free agency and trades; New Players like Haason Reddick, Kyzir White, James Bradberry, C.J. Gardner-Johnson, plus Rookies from Georgia Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean are all expected to make an impact this season and contribute to the Birds success!
Meanwhile, the Phillies are holding on to the third National League Wildcard spot with a 2.5 games lead over the Milwaukee Brewers heading into Friday night's action. With a record of 75-62 the Phillies have 25 games left this season so they are in the playoff hunt and have a chance at winning 90 games for the first time since the 2011 season.
The month of September will be a fun ride for sports fans and we will talk about everything Phillies, Eagles, and more this weekend in The Locker Room with Billy Schweim!
On Saturday’s show, Pete Thompson and Mike Carlin will join me in the studio. The Eagles and Phillies will fill our two hours with robust conversation. The Sports Book Consigliere Dave Sharapan checks in from Las Vegas with his hot picks for this weekend in college football, MLB, and NFL. In Hour Two, we will go “On the Mound with Tommy Greene” brought to you by Aaron Bada’s GSF Golf & Sports Performance Club. Tommy will analyze the Phillies as they have just 25 games left in the season!
On Sunday, we will be broadcasting Live at Yesterday’s Creekside Tavern in Marmora from 10am to Noon for our Eagles Pregame Show! 3-time All-Big Ten Linebacker and NFL LB Brad Quast joins Mike Carlin and I as we will get you ready for the Birds opener! Every Sunday throughout the season we will talk with Fox 29Sports Anchor Scott Grayson. Grayson will preview Sunday's game and give his keys for victory. In Hour Two, we will hear from my Fantasy Football Guru Brian Hartley, he's back for another year with his expertise in Fantasy Football to get you ready for the Sunday slate of games.
All that and more this weekend in The Locker Room with Billy Schweim every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to Noon on 97.3 ESPN Radio.
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One of the biggest destinations in Cape May County for both locals and vacationers is the boardwalks at the shore towns, with the two most popular being in Ocean City and Wildwood. There has been a low-key "North versus South" rivalry between the two towns and depending on where you live typically defines which boardwalk you prefer. But both Boardwalks have Amusement Parks, numerous pizza and eating establishments, along with entertainment arenas (Ocean City Music Pier and Wildwood Convention Center) plus Waterparks and Arcades along with tons of locally owned small shops selling everything from t-shirts to jewelry to bottled water. You can spend an entire day on either boardwalk and have a great time. It's not officially Summer at the Jersey Shore if you don't get down to the Ocean City and Wildwood Boardwalks.
New Jersey's nickname "The Garden State" really earns that moniker thanks to the Nature Reserves and County Parks you can visit in Cape May County. Starting with Cape May County Park Central off Exit 11 on the Garden State Parkway, the 200 acres site centerpiece is the Cape May County Zoo but also features numerous picnic areas, a bike trail, tons of free parking, a playground, and a Wedding Gazebo. Across the street is known as "Cape May County Park East" which features tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, and picnic pavilions. In Upper Township is Richard M. Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary (Cape May County Park North) which was originally established almost 100 years ago with extensive walking trails for you to observe wildlife plus if you walk deep enough you will reach the historic Cameron House. For those looking to go Camping, you can visit Belleplain State Forrest which is about 20 minutes west of Sea Isle City; At this State Park established in 1928 features Lake Nummy where you can go swimming, canoeing, and fishing in select areas. Plus there are numerous nature trails for you to explore the 21,320-acres when not camping. One of the most unique state parks is located at Cape May Point featuring one of the most famous sites for bird watching and nature trails. The park also features the world-famous Cape May Point Lighthouse along with World War II gun battery and fire control tower plus picnic areas and access to the beach.
In the aftermath of the Microbrewing Boom of the 1990s, the popularity of local brewing and the demand for craft beers has grown, but only in the last decade-plus has Cape May County become a destination for those looking to check out new and different brews. There are currently ten breweries that are open in Cape May County and all of them are within a short drive from all the island towns plus the local Campgrounds on the mainland. Each of Cape May County's Breweries offers something unique for their customers from special craft beers to fun cultural elements you will only find at that individual brewery.
If you are not a beer connoisseur and prefer something different for your palate, there are seven wineries in Cape May county to check out. Over the last 20 plus years, there has been a growing number of successful wineries in the area with unique options and histories at each location. Also, Cape May County is the home of three distilleries located in Cape May Court House, Wildwood, and North Cape May. So if craft beer is not for you and want to check out some other options, Cape May County offers some cool wineries and distilleries to visit.
Located off Seashore Road (Cape May Route 626) in Lower Township, a short drive from Garden State Parkway Exit 4, you will find a great experience for those looking to learn more about the history of Cape May County. The setting for this "open-air living museum" in the early to mid-1800s to give visitors are real experience of life in America centuries ago. Also, you can check out the Cold Spring Brewery, which is New Jersey’s first non-profit brewery with all proceeds going to support the maintenance of the historic village.
Every year, thousands of people visit the most famous zoo in South Jersey and it is located at the heart of Cape May County. The zoo has seen major growth and expansion over the last 30 years and you can spend half your day if you want to explore to visit the animals on the African savannah walk, the Lizard House, and World of Birds Aviary plus Greenhouse.
With Victorian Bed and Breakfasts, historic Schellenger's Landing, the Washington Street Mall, East Lynne Theater Company, numerous Colonial-era Houses, an Underground Railroad Trolley Tour, and Private Carriage Tours, Cape May has so much to offer visits. Whether you are a South Jersey resident making a day trip or a vacationer looking for a weekend getaway, you will never run out of things to do and experiences to have in Cape May.
Anyone who has lived or visited South Jersey is very familiar with the plethora of WaWa's available and how convenient they are to get food and coffee plus fill up your gas tank. But the best part about Cape May County Wawas is for those experiencing the nightlife in Stone Harbor, Sea Isle City, and North Wildwood, you are within walking distance of going to get some late night/early morning food and snacks plus water and coffee for those needing to sober up sooner than later.
You can go anywhere in America and find the chain pizza options you see commercials for on TV but only in Cape May County is there locally owned, fresh-made pizza in every town! Here's the breakdown: -14 in Ocean City with 11 pizza shops on the OC Boardwalk between 6th street and 14th street, a list that includes Mancos, Three Brothers, and Pisa -12 total Pizza restaurants in Sea Isle City with Three on the SIC Boardwalk between 35th and 43rd streets a list that includes Fratelli's, Panzini's, and Spinners -You have three places in Avalon and four pizza options in Stone Harbor -There are 12 Pizza spots on the Wildwood Boardwalk and 10 more you can choose from North Wildwood down to Wildwood Crest, a list that includes Piro's, Sam's, and Mack's. -7 more in the City of Cape May, a list that includes Mario's, Jake's, and Panico's -Plus there's Kirk's Pizza, Mama Mia's and Pizza Station in Marmora (Outside of Ocean City); Claudio's, Pizza Heaven, Alfredos, and Molino's in Cape May Court House (Outside of Stone Harbor) -Eight more pizza options outside of Wildwood and Cape May between Rio Grande, Erma, North Cape May, and The Villas!
The supermarkets most well known to those from the Philadelphia area who are at least 25 years old are ACME (formerly known as Albertsons). In Cape May County, you can find these ACME Supermarkets easily no matter where you live or visiting with a locations list including Sea Isle City, Seaville, Outside of Avalon, Ocean City, Cape May Court House, North Wildwood, City of Wildwood, and North Cape May.
Those who have lived most of their lives in Cape May County are familiar with the regional Supermarkets ShopRite, with the oldest location in Rio Grande and another in Marmora.