If at all possible, try to take the LSAT again and pull that number up. 141 is gonna hurt for sure, and Texas Southern(not to be confused with South Texas, where you applied), Cooley, and some non-ABAs might be your only viable shots.
If you cant take the exam again, do everytinhg you can to lobby the schools you havent heard from yet--get down there and interview. Call. Write letters and such, saying how your LSAt doenst tell the whole story. I know Campbell is big on the "whole-person" concept. An aggressive, in-person lobby might be your only ticket. By the numbers, by themsleves, your LSAt is too low, everywhere you told us you applied, and your grades dont seem like theyd be high enough to offset that 141.
I know the LSAT is a harrowing experience. I took it twice and was gravely disappointed with my score both times.
Good luck, boss. Hope you can get some face time with some admit officers.