Sorry it sucks that Winter sports lost their tournaments or chances at titles but they played probably anywhere from 90% to 100% of their seasons, giving them an extra year is just not doable. Lets run through a list of things that may need to happen.
Are students then going to continue to be enrolled and expected to attend classes for one more year or just a semester depending on when you hold their tournaments? Or do they get to compete in the whole of next season or only the games/meets that they missed out on? What about the athletes whose seasons were over, the teams who got beat out of their conference tourney and would not have made a national tourney? Only what 100 of 200+ teams go on to march madness or other tourneys, does all 2000+ athletes get an extra year or only seniors and do all teams get an extra year or only those teams that would have made tourneys? Does that unranked wrestler for Purdue whose career was completely over get another season? For the guys who would have made the march madness or wrestling tournament, do they no have to stay in shape and school for the enxt 9 months so that way they can go out and play one game or wrestle in one match, get beat and then be eliminated, do they only get to play in that one game or wrestle that one match or do they get to go through the entire next season?
It just doesn't make since to give winter athletes and people who got to compete in the majority of their season a whole extra season because they missed one game or two matches or 3 events and it doesn't make since to do it for thousands of athletes because a handful missed out on a chance at a national title. That sucks but what is the right thing to do isn't always fair, some get screwed.