Cobina Delaney (born November 22, 1991) is a womens ice hockey player for the Robert Morris Colonials.
In high school, Delaney participated in seven sports throughout high school.
Delaney competed with the Ottawa Lady Senators of the PWHL. In the 2008 PWHL playoffs, she helped the team earn a silver medal. The following season, the Lady Senators claimed the gold medal and Delaney was recognized as Most Valuable Player.
The 2009-10 season marked her first with the Robert Morris Colonials in Pennsylvania. She appeared in 35 games and contributed 13 points (based on one goal, and 12 helpers). Her 13 points were third on the team. The first three point game of her career came on January 23, 2010. During the 2010 CHA quarterfinals, she assisted on two goals (including the game winning tally) as the Colonials earned the program’s first CHA tournament win. They bested the Wayne State Warriors by a 3-1 score on March 4. Her first career point (an assist) came in an upset of eventual national champion Minnesota Duluth on October 3, 2009. Along with her older sister, Brianna, the two would assist on the game winning goal in a defeat of the national defending champion Wisconsin Badgers (contested on November 6, 2009). Her first collegiate goal (only score of the season) came versus the Sacred Heart Pioneers on January 23, 2010. She also added two assists as she logged a career high three points (and season high +4 plus-minus ranking). On October 8, 2011, her older sister, Brianna Delaney logged the sixth three-point game of her career. With the achievement, she tied the Colonials all-time record (held by Sara O’Malley) for career points.  She was able to match her older sister's point total with one goal and two assists. She logged her three points in a span of 10 minutes and 50 seconds. It was the sixth multi-point game and second-career three-point game with RMU. In the game, both sisters had a +4 plus/minus rating. In addition, each sister had a goal in which the other sibling providied the primary assist.
Awards and honorsEdit
- Most Valuable Player, 2009 PWHL Playoffs