Abby Hornacek is an American journalist and television personality who is already causing a sensation in the media industry. She is the daughter of former NBA player turned coach Jeff Hornacek. She works as a travel and lifestyle host for Fox Nation and currently hosts three different shows "Ride to Work," "American Arenas," and "PARK'D." The Arizona native herself is already a famous television personality, as she has hosted several popular shows before joining Fox Nation. Eminem Age
Abby Hornacek was born on April 25, 1994 in Paradise Valley, Arizona, United States of America. She is currently 27 years old.
Abby is the only daughter and the youngest of three children of American parents Jeff Hornacek and Stacy Hornacek. Her father was a former NBA player and coach, who served as the head coach of the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). She has two older brothers named Tyler and Ryan Hornacek. Her brother is married to Casey Hornacek.
Growing up, she has a crush on Troy Bolton, the main protagonist of the High School Musical trilogy. She attended Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix. As a sports enthusiast, she played volleyball for the school team and won the state Class 5A Division I title in her first three years. Subsequently, she enrolled at the University of Southern California and graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Eminem Age
Abby suffered an injury to her right eye while playing volleyball in college. Speaking of her romantic relationships, Abby doesn't share much about her personal life on social media. She is a very private person and has always managed to keep that aspect of her life out of the spotlight. Since fans of hers are curious who she is dating, we took a look at her Instagram account only to find many of her photos with her brother and her father. It appears that the Fox journalist is currently focused on building her career.
Abby spent most of her childhood in Utah until she was 10 years old, and her family later moved to Arizona after her father's retirement from professional basketball in 2000.
While studying journalism at the University of Southern California, she used to be a host / producer on Trojan Vision Television, a student-run television station. In May 2012, she had to leave Trojan because she joined the college volleyball team and played for them.
After a brief hiatus as an anchor, she returned to media life when she joined another student-run news program called Annenberg TV News in August 2013. During this time, she learned a lot about new reporting covering a wide range of stories.
She began her professional media career in January 2014 when she joined Fox Sports San Diego as a production intern. As an intern, she assisted various Fox Sports 1 producers on live broadcasts and other programs. She also assisted in the sports recording and clipping for the night's highlight show.
After interning for four months, she joined the network as a featured presenter and reporter and co-host on shows like Phoenix Suns Mock Draft and San Diego Prep Insider, a weekly night show. She briefly worked as a reporter for Fox Sports and contributed to ESPN.
Abby went from news reporting to sports anchor at Stadium, a Chicago, Illinois-based sports network. She covered The Drone Racing League for two years, from February 2016 to February 2018, before becoming an anchor for Fox News earlier this year.
As of now, she hosts three shows, PARK'D, American Arenas, and Ride to Work. At PARK’d, she travels across the country and explores the National Parks, showing the history of each while participating in some adrenaline-pumping activities at each location. For American Arenas, she visits iconic sports arenas across the United States. On Ride to Work, she brings other talents to work within the Fox network.
In 2014, Abby competed in the Miss Arizona USA pageant and finished third runner-up. Hornacek has received numerous academic honors at USC, including member of the National Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta, USC Phi Sigma Theta Honors Society, National Greek Academic Honors Society Gamma Sigma Alpha, and the Order of Omega.