In those games, where you lost against RPI 205, 134 and 172, it's a case for, not against, especially if you can beat teams in the Top 50 and Top 100 RPI. In real life, it has the opposite effect, if the committee saw you had losses to such teams that would be a case against, but not in this game.
There is a list of criteria. However, going 6-4 in your last 10 and 2-5 vs. the Top RPI 50, may have been your downfall. Winning percentage is also a factor. Your odds are much better at getting in with a 23-4 record and 34 RPI compared with being 18-9 with a 34 RPI.
However, having an RPI of 34 and being #59 in the projection report, something is way way off.