Tenniswish welcome to the board.
A very nice attempt for a 1st post as a newbie but it needs a little work.
1. Why would you group East TN St. and UC Irvine with teams of "losing records" when 0.500 is not a losing record?
...teams ranked #50-#75 with losing records.
2. You understated Denver's situation. In addition to losing their top two players and their coach Denver also lost their #5 & #6 singles. That's 4 starters lost from last season's line-up not just 2.
3. You didn't mention Kentucky only has 5 players on scholarship and is playing with a walk-on at #6. Or Alabama is playing with 2 starters out including #1 Tiffany Welcher.
4. The problem I have with your list is that this early in the season a team's winning percentage is kind of irrelevant.
Ex. #51 UCI lost to #4 UCLA, #9 USC & #46 Long Beach St. all on the road & all to teams ranked above them. So you almost slander UCI as a team that doesn't belong where they're ranked by including them on your list of teams with losing records which UCI doesn't even have.
What is relevant and what you should have focused on are ranked teams with bad losses.
Ex. You left out the biggest offender which is #41 Fresno St. which has a 0-5 record and lost to teams under them in #43 St. Mary's and #50 UNLV.
What could have made your post better was looking deeper and weeding out some of the teams like UCI & East TN St. that didn't belong on your list because they really didn't have any "bad losses."