Abby Hornacek is the daughter of the former NBA player turned coach Jeff Hornacek and his wife Stacy Hornacek. She came into this world on 25th April 1994, and her birthplace is Paradises Valley, Arizona, United States.
Besides her family background, Hornacek is also a popular journalist who has worked on Fox Sports San Diego and Fox Nation. She has hosted three shows such as American Arenas, PARK'D, and Ride to Work.
Here is some information about Abby that you should know.
Estimated Net Worth
Abby Hornacek has $1 million as her net worth which she managed to amass through an impressive career in the television industry. She served as a journalist, news anchor, and host.
In January 2014, the news anchor joined Fox Sports San Diego as a production intern and is still working at the network.
Her Father Jeff Hornacek has an approximate net worth of $8 million where his annual salary is $2 million. He is a professional basketball coach and a former player. He played basketball as a player from 1986 to 2000. In 2013, Jeff started working as a head coach of his team, the Phoenix Suns.
Dating and Relationships
The 26 years, Hornacek is living a single life currently. She doesn't share her personal life information and is a private person. As being a celebrity, people or fans are being curious about Abby's love life, then we scroll her Instagram account. It seems like, she is focusing on career for more success.
Has Two Brothers
She is blessed with two elder brothers Tyler and Ryan Hornaceks. Her brother Ryan was born in 1989 and is working for Google in Chicago. Similarly, Tyler came into this world in 1990, who is an account executive.
The three siblings seem very close and appeared together on the pictures of Abby's social media. An anchor usually uploads images with lovely captions.
Interest on Sports
As being the daughter of a sportsman, Hornacek loves sports. She knows volleyball and basketball which she learned from her father. Fewer people know that Abby is a great tennis player and currently plays golf along with her father Jeff.
Digital host, Hornacek suffered an injury in the right eye. While she was in high school, she used to play volleyball and also was a professional player for the school team. Sadly, a volleyball hit her on the face which led to her eye issue.
The host wears a green-colored glass lens for protection when on television. She has to undergo two surgical procedures that led her to put on glasses and ended her volleyball career.
Honored With Multiple Awards
For outstanding and brilliant performance in journalism, Abby has got the Patriot Award. Also, academic honors at USC such as Lambda Pi Eta National Honors Society Member, Gamma Sigma Alpha National Greek Academic Honors Society, USC Phi Sigma Honors Sigma Theta Honors Society, and the Order of Omega.
Jeff Hornacek's daughter completed her graduation degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Southern California in 2016. Before it, she attended Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix, where she played as a sports enthusiast and won the Class 5A Division I.
Career Breakout From Fox Network
Fox News host started being popular when she was assisting various Fox Sports 1 producers in live broadcasts. Then, assisted in logging and clipping sports for the evening's highlight show.
After working as an intern, an anchor joined as host, reporter, and co-hosted shows, Phoenix Suns Mock Draft and San Diego Prep Insider. Likewise, Hornacek has done work on channels, Fox Sports and Fox News.
Apart from these, the journalist has hosted three shows. In PARK'D, she travels across the country and explores National Parks and showcase each one's history while also being part of adrenaline activities. In American Arenas, she visits the iconic sports arenas across America, and in Ride to Work, Abby brings in other talents to work.