|Born||Englewood, NJ, USA|
|Alma mater||Hamilton College|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Administrative career (AD unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|1985 ECAC West Champion|
1985 NCAA National Champion (D-III)
1986 ECAC West Champion
1986 ECAC West Tournament Champion
|1994 ECAC Coach of the Year|
2015 John "Snooks" Kelly Founders Award
Born in Englewood, New Jersey, Delventhal is a graduate of Hamilton College. earned a Masters from Princeton Seminary and became an assistant coach for the Tigers ice hockey team. In 1984 Delventhal became the head coach for RIT and led the team to its first Division III national title the same year. After finishing third in the national with a school record 31 wins the following year the Tigers declined to middling records over the proceeding two years before Delventhal left to take over at Union.
In his first three seasons with the Skating Dutchmen Delventhal got the team to produce records well above .600 and reached the NCAA tournament in 1989. In 1991 Union was accepted into ECAC Hockey and promoted their ice hockey team to Division I. As a result of playing much more talented teams the Dutchmen's record dropped to 3–21–2 in 1991–92 but by their third season in the top echelon Union produced a winning record and Delventhal was named the ECAC Coach of the Year for his efforts. The Dutchmen declined to sub-.500 records for the next two years and Delventhal left the program in 1996.
With his coaching career over Delventhal spent eight years as the North American sales manager for fishing companies Yo-Zuri and Seaguar. In 2005 he was named as the Athletic director for Plattsburgh State and remained with the school until his retirement in 2016. During his time as AD he was responsible for the $2.1 million of the Stafford Ice Arena and founding the Friends of Plattsburgh State Athletics, a fundraiser for the department. At the time of his retirement Delventhal had been the Secretary/Treasurer for the AHCA since 1988 and a board member of Hockey Coaches Care, an NCO.
|RIT Tigers (ECAC West) (1984–1988)|
|1985–86||RIT||31–6–0||22–3–0||1st||NCAA Consolation Game (Win)|
|1986–87||RIT||16–12–0||10–3–0||ECAC West First Round|
|1987–88||RIT||14–15–1||8–6–1||ECAC West Semifinals|
|Union Skating Dutchmen (ECAC West) (1988–1991)|
|Union Skating Dutchmen (ECAC Hockey) (1991–1996)|
|1993–94||Union||15–11–4||10–9–3||6th||1994 ECAC Quarterfinals|
|1994–95||Union||9–16–4||6–12–4||T–10th||1995 ECAC Preliminary|
Postseason invitational champion
† Lowell was a provisional member of ECAC Hockey and only played a non-conference schedule.
- "Director of Athletics Bruce Delventhal to Retire in January 2016". Plattsburgh State Cardinals. July 29, 2015. Retrieved October 11, 2018.
- Bruce Delventhal, HockeyDB.com. Accessed October 11, 2018. "Born -- Englewood, NJ"
- "Bruce Delventhal - Staff Directory - Plattsburgh State". Plattsburgh State Cardinals. Archived from the original on October 12, 2018. Retrieved October 11, 2018.
- "Union Men's Hockey Team History". USCHO.com. Retrieved October 11, 2018.
- "RIT Hockey 2010-11 Media Guide" (PDF). RIT Tigers. Retrieved October 11, 2018.
- "Union Hockey 2017-18 Media Guide" (PDF). Union Dutchmen. Retrieved October 11, 2018.
- Biographical information and career statistics from The Internet Hockey Database
|Awards and achievements|
| ECAC Coach of the Year