Seniors Kemezys and Paganelli concluded their careers tied for 10th on SLU's career scoring list with 1,244 points apiece.
"Obviously this isn't the ending we wanted," head coach Shimmy Gray-Miller said. "We caught a hot, well-coached St. Bonaventure team at the wrong time.
"I feel we got better as a team as the year went on," Gray-Miller said. "There was a point in the season when our players had every reason to give up. But I credit the leadership and toughness of our two seniors, Amanda Kemezys and Katie Paganelli, with keeping things together. They truly left a legacy.
"Amanda and Katie came in as freshmen with a goal of creating an identity for Billiken basketball, and I can say with complete confidence that they have done that. Any future success our program has is due in large part to the foundation they established."