Foglia, who also had five assists, hit a layup and was fouled by Maggie Kowalska with 17 seconds to go. Her free throw made 69-67.
Lisa Tessitore and Avis Benjamin missed layups in the final eight seconds for Stevens (8-8, 3-3).
Harwtick (14-3, 6-0) also received 19 points from Brittney Dumas and 11 from Kait Veit. Dumas shot 9-for-13 from the floor.
Neither side led by more than four points in the second half.
The Hawks, winners of seven straight, will travel to Elmira College at 6 p.m. Friday.
Albany COP 65, Delhi 54
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton graduate Tanya Barnes had 17 points and 11 rebounds in SUNY Delhi’s non-conference loss at home to Albany College of Pharmacy.
Yaya Sota contributed 14 points and nine rebounds, and Jackie Bailey had 10 points and 14 rebounds for the Broncos (10-11), who will host Herkimer at 5 p.m. Friday.
Hartwick 63, Stevens 56
A suddenly resurgent Hartwick College squad knocked off the 24th-ranked team in Division III at home in the Empire 8 Conference.
The Hawks (11-6, 3-3), who qualified for the last two NCAA Division III tournaments, have won four in a row. They received 21 points from Jared Suderley and 14 from Anthony Keane to hand Stevens (14-2, 5-1) its first conference loss.
Suderley also had 12 rebounds and went 13-for-15 from the free throw line.
Stevens took its final lead on a jumper by Russ Thompson with 4:14 to go.
Hartwick answered with eight straight points _ the last four on free throws by Suderley, including two with 1:11 left to make it 58-51.
Following a three-pointer by Thompson, Suderley made four more free throws, the last two giving the Hawks a 62-54 lead with 36 seconds remaining.
Laurens graduate Aaron Laing had five points and five rebounds for Hartwick, which will travel to Elmira College at 8 p.m. Friday.
Cortland 64, O-State 54
Zach Mager scored a game-high 22 points and Jack Dignan contributed 14, but host Oneonta State lost in the SUNY Athletic Conference.