Abby Hornacek is an American news personality and newscaster who is widely known for presenting the content of travel and sports. As of now, she's hosting the three shows named Host of PARK’d, American Arenas, Ride to Work on Fox Nation. More to that, she is the host of the podcast Getting Schooled.
Rather than her own professional career, she is also famous as the daughter of a basketball coach, Jeff Hornacek and his wife, Stacy Hornacek. Jeff serves for the Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association as an assistant coach.
Lately, Abby, 5 feet and 9 inches tall, has recently gained national attention as an outcome of her eye surgery. So, let's talk about that, as well as some other details.
What Happened To Abby Hornacek's Eyes?
Abby's been involved in various athlete games since her early days. In fact, she had actually intended to pursue a volleyball career due to her father's athlete career. So she's started playing the valley ball at USC. Unfortunately, during her one game, she injured her right eye, as per some online tabloids.
According to sources, the accident completely obliterated her right eye's vision. She then underwent two surgeries. Despite the fact that her sporting career was cut short owing to her operation, she is succeeding in the news industry.
Since then, Hornacek's wearing a green-coloured lens.
When Abby Hornacek Was Born? Her Family Background
Abby Hornacek was born on 25th April 1994, in Paradise Valley, Arizona, United States. She is the second born child of retired NBA star player turned coach, Jeff Hornacek (father) and Stacy Hornacek (mother). They are married since 1986.
Hornacek has two brothers named Ryan Hornacek, born in 1989 and Tyler Hornacek, born in 1990. Moreover, she is a graduate of Phoenix Preparatory at Xavier College, where she received the title of Class 5A Division I State. Later she enrolled at the University of Southern California in Bachelor's degree, studying Broadcast Journalism.
Also, Abby was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma honour society, as well as the USC and Volleyball teams.