The sensational Fox Nation journalist Abby Hornacek is not just famous for her work but also being the daughter of NFL Player Jeff Hornacek. Her father's sports background certainly influenced her to become one of the top sports journalists.
Before she started her journey in Sports journalism, Abby played sports. Her athletic physique supported her sporting events. Why didn't she continue as a player? Want the answer to the question? Stay with us as we explore into that and some more facts about Abby's life.
When you search on the internet, you might find many online tabloids talking about Abby's eye injury. Some tabloids, furthermore say, that the journalist has a plastic right eye as a remedy to her damage in the eye.
But doing some research, we know that there is no precise information about her injury on the eye. Abby definitely suffered an injury while she was playing volleyball but not on the eye. The sports journalist, suffered a blow on her foot while she was playing volleyball.
Abby went through a double surgery, which stopped her playing career. Her dreams of playing volleyball as a professional player came crashing down, but she chose sports journalism, and she is doing very well.
Jeff and Stacy Hornacek tied the knot some three decades ago. Though the couple stays tight-lipped on their marriage, we know that they are college sweethearts.
From their marriage, Abby is their only daughter and eldest child among the three kids. Besides Abby, Jeff is the father of two sons, Tyler Hornacek and Ryan Hornacek.
All three of them love to spend time with their family, which can is seen in their social media pictures. When the New York Knicks fired Jeff in 2018, his daughter Abby came to his support via Twitter.
The 25-year-old journalist likes to keep the details of her dating life very secret. As of now, there is no concrete evidence as to whether she is dating or not.
Scrolling through her social media as well, we couldn't find any pictures of her getting cozy with guys except for Anthony Neyer. The blonde beauty, moreover, posted a photo on Valentine's day in 2017, which gave a hint of her lover.
Later, the journalist deleted the post, and because of that, to date, Abby is successful in hiding her relationship status.
After completing her education from USC in 2016, she unlocked the door towards sports journalism. During the early years of her career, she reprises the role of an NBA reporter and league correspondent for Fox Sports.
Abby worked as a production intern at Fox Sports while still covering NFL team Phoenix Suns on the sidelines. Simultaneously, she also contributed to ESPN, where sports journalists like Elle Duncan and Malika Andrews works.
After the promotion in 2015/16 with Fox Sports, she continued to work hard for almost three years before joining Fox Nation on January 1, 2019. Abby became the lifestyle, sports, and travel host for Fox Nation. Fox Nation is the spin-off organization for Fox Sports. There she covered the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Broadcast for the starter.
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