The 2015 roundup continues!
The Minutemen introduced a swell new redesign for 2015, which apparently went down well with the players; you can read some of their comments here. UMass also added a gray alternate uniform; gray jerseys aren't my bag, but these weren't horrible or anything. They were better than Penn's, at least. The Minutemen opted for a more streamlined approach, rather than mix 'n match each week, a la Dartmouth. UMass went 3-9 overall, 2-6 in its final season in the Mid-American Conference.
The Wildcats didn't change a darn thing from 2014. Good (non-) move, says I. UNH went 7-5 overall, 5-3 in the CAA and reached the NCAA playoffs for the 381st consecutive year.
The Bulldogs made a couple subtle changes from 2014 -- the road jerseys were tweaked to conform with the home version, and the "classic" two-stripe pants were restored after a brief Nikefication. Yale was 6-4 overall, 3-4 in the Ivy League.