Because so much of the DivI Man’s game is above the rim, and so much of the woman’s game is below, I think it is comparing Apples to Oranges. Even Shooting % are skewed by the different level of defense the women would face. The big exception is FT% and 3pt% – there you are comparing apples to apples – & guess what – College of Charleston Men and the Liberty are very comparable (is that why the OP chose them?)
College of Charleston
PTS% 3pt% FT%
.435 .371 .716
NEW YORK Liberty
PTs.% 3pt% FT%
.444 .363 .700
I think the men would win fairly easily by out rebounding and better defense.
Having said that, the College of Charleston is NOT a typical man’s program. They have been a perennial visitor to the NCAA & NIT tourney since the late 90’s. What about the doormats of the Southern Conference V.M.I.?
Pt% 3Pt% FT%
.417 .300 .639
Is it impossible that the Liberty could have a slightly better than average 3 point and FT game and that VMI had a bad one, that the Liberty deficiencies [in defense, in being defensed, and being badly rebound], could be overcome and the end result in the Ladies winning? I don’t think so. I think they might not prevail in a 7 game series tho.
A Bad DivII and III Men’s team IMO would have a very tough time with the Liberty & I would favor the liberty against all but the elite teams in those divisions.
The Liberty would beat (top HS) St. Vincents even with LeBron