|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1996–2000||Eastern Kentucky (Asst.|
|Head coaching record|
Stein played at Eastern Kentucky, known as a defensive specialist. In his sophomore campaign, the second baseman batted .378 and earned the OVC batting title. He remained among conference leaders in his junior year, and moved to shortstop for his senior season. Serving as co-captain, Stein earned first team All-Conference, striking out just five times while collecting 76 hits. He played one season with the independent Anderson Lawmen before returning to Richmond as a student assistant coach while finishing his degree.
After spending the 1996 season as a student assistant, Stein was promoted to a full-time assistant coach for the 1997 season. He spent four seasons on the staff of head coach Jim Ward. In 1998, he was named recruiting coordinator. After the 2000 season, Stein moved to Belmont as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. In 2009, he returned to Eastern Kentucky as head coach.
Head coaching record
|Eastern Kentucky (Ohio Valley Conference) (2009–present)|
|2009||Eastern Kentucky||27–24||10–13||5th (9)|
|2010||Eastern Kentucky||28–27||9–12||6th (9)|
|2011||Eastern Kentucky||21–36||11–13||5th (9)|
|2012||Eastern Kentucky||31–23||19–7||T-1st (10)||OVC Tournament[a]|
|2013||Eastern Kentucky||23–34||16–13||5th (11)||OVC Tournament[b]|
|2014||Eastern Kentucky||24–31||12–18||10th (11)|
National champion Postseason invitational champion
- The top six finishers of the OVC's nine eligible teams qualified for the Tournament in 2012.
- The top six finishers of the OVC's eleven teams qualified for the Tournament in 2013.
- Donald J. Boyles (July 24, 2008). "Jason Stein Named Head Baseball Coach at Eastern Kentucky". College Baseball Daily. Retrieved April 28, 2014.
- "2014 Baseball Coaching Staff". Eastern Kentucky Colonels. Retrieved April 28, 2014.