The Quakers are now 6-3 in Ivy play after splitting a weekend series against Columbia and Cornell.
By scoring her 186th three in the final minute, Padilla is now tied for second in program history.
Only three Quakers scored more than five points, as Columbia dominated nearly aspect of play.
With seven games left to play and the Ivy League race crowded, the DP is here to break down how the conference's women's basketball teams rank.
From Amsterdam to Philadelphia, Floor Toonders is always at the center of the action.
The Quakers bounced back from Monday's loss at Princeton to remain atop the Ivy League.
Deputy Sports Editor Walker Carnathan reflects on the Quakers' performance after a disappointing loss to Princeton on Jan. 16.
This is the second time Kayla Padilla received this honor, but is her first in over three years.
Only four Quakers scored in a game where the Quakers had to endure freezing cold stretches from the field.
Penn held the Hawks to an astounding 4.5% from three, while coach Mike McLaughlin was able to empty his bench early.
In Saturday’s game, the Quakers trailed for over 30 minutes and had to overcome a red-hot Columbia team in the final minutes of their 71-67 victory.
Penn dominated Monday's matchup in all facets, with the team's lockdown defense holding Brown to just 14% from three and its fourth-lowest point total of the year.
On a day where Kayla Padilla eclipsed 1,000 points as a Quaker, she capped off Penn's fifth consecutive victory with a tough game-winning layup.
With the Terriers at chase on their tails, the Quakers never relented their lead until the final whistle marked the 78-44 win for Penn.
After rattling off three straight wins, Sports Associate Walker Carnathan argues that Penn women's basketball ought not lose sight of its dynamic duo.
The Quakers had begun the season at a middling 1-5, and with the win over the Bison, they improve to 4-5, marking a seismic improvement for a squad that desperately needed it.
In a week of balance, let’s take a look at the most electric plays from the week that was.
The Quakers are finally fitting in to an impressive rhythm on the court, as they claim their second win of this week.
After an up-and-down week for Penn basketball, we take a look at the most shining moments the Quakers had.
In their best offensive display of the season, the Quakers earned their first win in over two weeks.