Following a huge upset win over Ohio State last Saturday, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team now has one more task left in its regular season to finish the year on an extremely high note. The Scarlet Knights (4-11, 1-3) return to High Point Solutions Stadium one last time on Saturday to take on Michigan (6-10, 0-3) in their regular season finale. Riding momentum from the Knights’ first Big Ten win of the season over Ohio State, head coach Laura Brand-Sias hopes her team translate that success into another conference win. “My hope is that the team has some confidence coming out of that game to realize that when we put a full 60 minutes together we can do some pretty solid things,” Brand-Sias said. Just like every other Rutgers’ team, its final home game of the regular season celebrates senior day, dedicated to the players moving on from the program following the end of the season. Senior attacker Kim Kolodny has not been lost in the thought of playing the last regular season of her career though, as her primary interests remain on helping the Knights close out the season with a victory. “I just want to do whatever I can to help the team win,” the Farmingdale, New York, native said.